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  1. BruceAFrank

    M37 transfer case

    Some more experience (research) over the last couple of years, I thought worth sharing. One of the major differences, between the NP200 and the NP201, is the primary cause for highway failure of the NP200, where the NP201 lasts. In 4wd both transfer cases turn a main drive shaft and an idler...
  2. BruceAFrank

    M37 transfer case

    That first '56 S120 Travelall was primary transportation for my business (Baffle Stove Company) painted desert camo with the company name on the side and a full luggage/pipe rack on the roof. Set up with both front and rear swing-away spare tire carriers and class IV hitch system with seating...
  3. BruceAFrank

    M37 transfer case

    A quick note. The 5.83 gear may be the problem. My Travelall ran 3.73, which was a good bit better for highway. The limiting factor was max rpm of the BD240 was about 3800 rpm with a recommendation not to constantly run higher than 3400 rpm. But with the replacement Chevy engine, its power and...
  4. BruceAFrank

    M37 transfer case

    This subject has been dormant for a while, but I think I might have some helpful info on the NP200 and NP201 divorced Transfer cases. I bought my first 1956 S120 4X4 IHC Travelall in the mid 1970s. The International comes with the NP201. Else where in this thread their is a statement that a...
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