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Splines are right, as well as bolt pattern, seal diameter is right too, but when case is about 3/16ths" from mating the housing of the NP208 bottoms out where the seal is pressed into the 47RH, it looks like a spacer would solve the problem, does such a thing exist?

Or perhaps I should just go with another t-case. I tried a 242D from a Durango I have laying around, wont work, bolts up but output seal in 47RH does not reach machined surface on 242D.

Any ideas,
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John
 

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the tcase is a sealed unit right? Why not drill a small drain hole in the output shaft housing so that the trapped fluid can drain back in? I had the same problem with my Jeep 241J and 4500, drilled a small hole and it fixed it.
 

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I believe someone also makes a clocking ring that might work out as a spacer for you too. just an idea
 
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