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    #16
    Originally posted by PAE View Post
    Yes, I suppose easier to do this than SAS, using a D60 axle and everything else.

    Was the ford fig 8 to 6 bolt round the same year break ?
    Ford never used a figure 8 bolt pattern for the transfer case unless you're talking about the latest half ton stuff and that's only a figure 8 if you're the retarded kid that connects the dots in a different order than everyone else.

    Every fullsize ford married case is 6 bolt 31spl until you get into the Superduty at which point other splines start showing up and then around 2009 they started using this thing in the F150s and Expiditions.

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      #17
      Sorry ment the np205's.

      Nothing else would give the pto hole.

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        #18
        Originally posted by PAE View Post
        Sorry ment the np205's.

        Nothing else would give the pto hole.
        All married cases prior to the Superduty are 6-bolt round pattern and 31spl input. This includes the 205.

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          #19
          Found a sizeable chunk of 1/2 aluminum plate that I figure I could cut with my skill saw, but just from the dimensions the front office at all metals said it weighs about 140# and that makes it right at 200 plus $$$.

          Dont have the coin so now I'll use 3/4 plywood.

          Need the correct hose sizes

          tank to pump.
          Pump to valve.
          Valve to cylinders and motor.

          Hydraulic experts step on up.

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            #20
            From: http://blog.parker.com/three-key-wor...e-and-nomogram
            Pick your flow and find the right hose size for that use (be it suction, high pressure discharge or low pressure return):
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            Their line shows a 17GPM high pressure discharge hose needs to be at least 5/8" diameter.

            Aaron Z

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              #21
              Thank you very much, now to put this formula into lotus 123.

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