QU20149 New Process NP205 Transfer Case Shift Rail Interlock Rod is a genuine New Process hardened steel pin with rounded ends that prevents shifting your NP205 transfer case output shafts into different ranges simultaneously. Two of these approximately 4" long rods are located in bores machined crossways in the main transfer case casting. Notches on your shift rails engage and disengage the Interlock Rods when you shift. Made in U.S.A. New No Longer Available!
QU20149U Used NP205 Transfer Case Shift Rail Interlock Rod available while supplies last.
This is a USED Item.
It is a good, serviceable part, but it will show evidence of use and may need cleaning or polishing before installation.
It is sold as-is. This item is non-returnable after 30 days.
The shift rail Interlock Rods are the last parts removed from the transfer case during disassembly and the first ones installed during reassembly. To remove/install the Rods, you need to remove the two small soft plugs that seal the rod access holes which are located on the front output side of your transfer case.
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Our QU20149U inventory are used components taken from NP205 assemblies we disassembled for parts. These Interlock Rods are good and usable, but they are usually going to show evidence of use. You can return it for full parts credit/refund for up to 30 days for whatever reason. After 30 days, it is yours.
Chevy and GMC:
1969-1980 Blazer, Jimmy, K10, K15, K20, K25
1977-1997 K30, K35, K3500, V3500
1969-1975 All with NP205 Transfer Case
1980-1993 Gas W250 with optional Dana 60 Front Axle
1989-1993 W250 with Cummins Diesel Engine
1973-1979 F250 with part time NP205 Transfer Case
1975-1979 F100, F150 with part time NP205 Transfer Case
1978-1973 Bronco with part time NP205 Transfer Case
1979 F350 with part time NP205 Transfer Case
1969-1979 1100, 1200, 1300, 1400 with NP205 Transfer Case