the np435 is directly bolted to the bw1356. i cant say if it is useable for your application.not knowing what your final stretch is or if you will stay stock in wheel base.i allways mock engine and trans/transfer up in a bare frame .block and support it then sometimes rough set the tub on .measure and ,measure make some marks for the mounting with a paint pen or soap stone.dissmantel and temp tack engine mounts in and refit.full engine trans transfer install with body on is going to be a little tricky.i believe the bell housing from a ford straight 6 300 will bolt directly to your 302 you still need the flywheel / clutch assembly .a 1inch body lift will help with bell housing clearance.dont start fitting till you have the complete assembly (engine bell housing trans and transfer).This transfer case is chain driven, and has an aluminum case. It's pretty similar to the NP208 in those respects, as well as the fact that it has the same 2.72:1 low-range ratio. Ford started using this in 1980, and discontinued its use in 1988, when it was replaced with the BW 1356.
Ford Borg Warner 1356
The 1356 was first used in 1988 or 1989, replacing the BW 1345. Like its predecessor, it's chain driven. However, it has a stronger, magnesium case.
The 1356 is available with or with out fixed yoke rear output
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