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Discussion in 'Binder Builds' started by ND Binder, Nov 29, 2020.
Any one know of an adapter for Dana 20 to 6l80e. Doing an LS swap and can’t find any info on this.
Advanced or Novak look em up. Only likely options.
Thanks, I will call them today. Not showing anything online, but hoping for the best
I'm just guessing here , but I think you'll need a diff transfer case
But like Tom said...make a call..
Cheaper to switch to a 6 bolt round pattern transfer case that will bolt up with a factory adapter like the NP241C.
Tis true or a jeep dana 300.
For the Jeep D300 you'll need a 32 spline input shaft to match the 6l80. AA has one that's only 200 bucks. NP241c is stronger.
Thanks, just got off the phone with advanced and Novak. Neither is making an adapter for the Dana 20. I’m checking with a few other leads and will let you know. I would love to stay with the 20 beings it is a little shorter and will help my pinion angles
Looks like I’m going with the NP241, found one at the local junk yard for $100. Thanks for the help
Great price. Make sure it has the 32 spline input shaft, manual shift, and pass. side front output.
Will the np241c bolt right to the 6l80e transmission? I can’t find anyone listening adapters for this???
The only adapters I know of are for the 205 and a jeep no241...
That's a great price though...but is it pass side drop or drivers side drop...they made both
It bolts right up to the factory 6l80 adapter. If it hangs too low, which it will, buy a $100 clocking ring.
I couldn't find the right thread earlier but anyway this one answers all your questions and a bunch of them that you didn't even know you had. http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/...ap-from-27-to-32-spline-updated-title.134813/
Thanks for the thread link Darrel, seems like when I search forums I will end up with zero matches, or I get a billon matches but nothing to do with my original search? Confirmed it’s a driver side drop♂️
Back to looking again
Search via Google with binderplanet.com+ whatever you're looking for.
Works way better than internal search.
Great tip! Thanks
In google search I use: site:www.binderplanet.com NP241
It works in google image search as well which is very handy.
Cheap clocking ring. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Clocking-D...174361114387?_trksid=p2385738.m4383.l4275.c10