QU50345 32 Spline Front Output Shaft for New Process NP205 Transfer Cases is an aftermarket replacement part that fits all Dodge, Ford, and International NP205 transfer cases and can be retrofitted to any Chevy or GMC NP205 model EXCEPT 1982-1985 synchronized units. Imported. QU50345 is available individually or as part of QK2007 NP205 32 Spline Front Output Shaft Kit for 1-7/8" CV Yoke Applications sold below.
QK2007 32 Spline Front Output Shaft Kit For NP205 transfer cases can be used to replace the weak 30 spline output on 1979-81 GM 205 transfer cases or to replace a worn 32 spline shaft from Dodge, Ford, and GM models. Kit includes 32 Spline Front Output Shaft, Seal, Spline Seal, Thrust Washer Drive Pin, Output Flange Gasket, Rear Cover Gasket, Nut, and Threadlocker. Shaft Imported, rest of Kit Made in U.S.A.
Also see TK10632U Used Original Equipment NPG 32 Spline Front Output Shaft while supplies last.
QU50345 is the lower cost, aftermarket alternative to TK10632 Genuine New Process 32 spline Front Output Shaft which is out of production and in very limited supply.
Optional Matching Parts for QU50345* are:
TK50105 Front Output Ball Bearing
TK50356 Front Output Caged Needle Bearing
QU50185 Low Gear Bearing Rollers (use 4 packs of 16 each, 64 total needle roller bearings)
TK10514 * 4 Bolt Front Output Bearing Retainer Gasket
TK10604 * 8 Bolt Front Output, Rear Support Housing Gasket
TK20107 Front Output High Gear
TK10859 Front Output Low Gear
TK10661 or QU50339 Clutch Rings
QU10689 Low Gear Lock Ring
QU50359 Low Gear Bearing Spacer
TK10858 High Gear Thrust Washer
QU50256 Low Gear Thrust Washer
QU10316 * Anti-Rotation Pin
QU10512 * OR QK2036 Front Output Nuts
Output Yokes and Seals: See our NP205 Web Page for choices!
*Included in QK2007 Front Output Shaft Kit for Front CV Yokes requiring 1-7/8" inside diameter seals
QU50345 is a good quality import shaft. You probably wouldn't notice it, but some of these shafts will have 1 or more slight dents in non critical areas of the shaft caused by shafts jostling together during the deburring process. The strength and performance of the shaft is not affected by these cosmetic dings.