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Old 06-28-2018, 09:49 AM   #1
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WTH: Parts ID Help

That's Want To Have, in case you were wondering. I have a few things, maybe quite a few, I'm not sure exactly what they are. It seems I only retail the more current info I need to know and let older things drop off. I have had this stuff forever. I have two 3spd/transfer case combos w/fr driveshaft, transfer case shifters, a couple small blocks, a slew of driveshafts, and I'm sure more. It has come to the time I am sincerely going to get rid of basically everything I won't be needing for what I have now. None of this, "But I'd still like to build a xxx or use it one a xxx one day". I have trees to take down, a building that houses a lot of this stuff that needs about a rebuild, and a building to construct before I get rid of this place and the sooner the better.

So I thought this could be a fun thread as well as helping me gather info. A sort of mind exercise thing for use intellectual types . And here we go...

This is a Rockwell transfer case. I haven't gotten anything off the tag yet. I thought if anyone recognized the transmission or other things it would answer what it came out of.
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This I know is a 3spd/Dana20 with dbl cardon joint, so Blazer is what I'd think
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What about this t-case shifter?
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Old 06-28-2018, 09:54 AM   #2
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Re: WTH: Parts ID Help

Other shifters. I can get pictures of bottom ends later. These three are the same, the different one not shown by itself. More concerned about which transfer case than the exact vehicle.
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Old 06-28-2018, 07:21 PM   #3
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Re: WTH: Parts ID Help

The shifter in your first post is from a square body NP205.

The three that are the same look like Rockwell T221 to me.

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Old 06-29-2018, 07:20 AM   #4
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Thanks. I figured the three would either be for Rockwell or Dana20. Makes sense they'd be Rockwell. The linkage/mounts on the most complete one is similar to what's on that complete unit in first picture.

I've never had (or recall seeing) a truck with that type shifter knob, with no pattern, on the NP205 shifter. Certainly the same as others at the bottom of shifter. Looks like it's from the era full-time was offered.

Does anyone recognize that first combination? Could it be '60s Chevy K/10? I don't know what transmission that is. I wonder if it's even GM, maybe Jeep or IH?

The codes on the two engines I have are WA (blue) and TJZ. TJZ is simple, only shows one possibility... '73 20-30 series 350 4bbl. Funny thing on that one is it has the early heads with no alt mount bosses. The WA could be '65 10-30 283 2bbl, '68 307 2bbl 10-20, or '69 350 4bbl 20-30. It has an early square bore intake, late heads with alt bosses, and valve covers for late crankcase venting. It's like someone swapped heads on these motors, but they came from parted trucks from different places. The WA still has flex-plate and torque convertor in place. I need to see if large or small bore. If it's a '69 350 it's a 4-bolt and so should be the TJZ.
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Old 06-29-2018, 01:46 PM   #5
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Cast numbers will ID those engines blocks, head, etc, and year.

xxxxx010 is 4 bolt main
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Old 06-29-2018, 03:18 PM   #6
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That's Want To Have, in case you were wondering. I have a few things, maybe quite a few, I'm not sure exactly what they are. It seems I only retail the more current info I need to know and let older things drop off. I have had this stuff forever. I have two 3spd/transfer case combos w/fr driveshaft, transfer case shifters, a couple small blocks, a slew of driveshafts, and I'm sure more. It has come to the time I am sincerely going to get rid of basically everything I won't be needing for what I have now. None of this, "But I'd still like to build a xxx or use it one a xxx one day". I have trees to take down, a building that houses a lot of this stuff that needs about a rebuild, and a building to construct before I get rid of this place and the sooner the better.

So I thought this could be a fun thread as well as helping me gather info. A sort of mind exercise thing for use intellectual types . And here we go...

This is a Rockwell transfer case. I haven't gotten anything off the tag yet. I thought if anyone recognized the transmission or other things it would answer what it came out of.
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This I know is a 3spd/Dana20 with dbl cardon joint, so Blazer is what I'd think
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What about this t-case shifter?

The top pic is from a 67-68 K something with what appears have been a six Cylinder based on the bell housing. The 67-68 Rockwell T221 T-Cases had the shifter on the left side as that is.

66 and prior 221's were divorced.

The later model t-case shifter shown further down is from circa 1979 Chevy Silverado with auto (full time) hubs. My uncle had one just like it.

The casting numbers on the engine blocks will tell the tale. If the older one ends in 0010 it will be a 350 4-bolt main 1970. Casting number on left top side of bell housing mount at the end of the left head.
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Old 06-29-2018, 10:44 PM   #7
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Those motors need to be tore down and checked / measured / cast numbers ID-ed etc to see if they are even any good parts there worth even using

With all the after market parts and castings available now days
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Old 06-30-2018, 11:29 AM   #8
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I got busy and need to get back to this. So, what transmission would that be in that 67/68 Rockwell combo? The motors are builders in my mind. I didn't pull them from the trucks they were running in, but someone else I know did a long time ago. They've always been inside. I just got it all out to take pictures. People buy them all the time, especially carb to pan like these. Some want the correct engine back in their trucks
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Old 07-15-2018, 05:35 PM   #9
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Which transfer case shifter comes to the center of the hump, like this one on bottom right? assume it was a 3spd transmission with Dana20 or Rockwell set-up
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