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Mate ford 435 transmission to new process 205 transfer case

Nothing i'm asking you because i have a 435 trans married tom a new process 205 that you have to double clutch to down shift to 2nd gear . i would like to use one i don't have to double clutch to down shift to get into 2nd

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It appears that your problem is a failed synchro ring and cone in the 435 transmission which requires you to double clutch to get the gear. The 205 is a transfer case and is outside the 435 gear box and has nothing with selecting gears
get a workshop manual for the transmission

Posted on Feb 15, 2015

  • mark leiby
    mark leiby Feb 15, 2015

    can i take another 435 with a good 2nd gear 2nd gear syncro. what does it take to bolt it to my marrige coupler

  • Bill Boyd Feb 15, 2015

    If you have the marriage already in use then any other 435 will fit . just replace the transmission

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