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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by beater_k20, May 15, 2006.
is it possible? what does it require?
cutting .75" of the end of the shaft, (thus making the splines the same length as a 4wd) and the 1.75" spacer with the stock adapter.
the spacer is the same as what people use for the 700/np205 and the th350 to bolt inplace where a 700r4 was.
so TJ, where can i get said adapter?
part number is 7Q35A. i used to be able to get them, not sure if i still can or what the cost would be. if you do a search on this number (here and google), it lists a few places that you can get them from.
BTW: you would need to shorten the rear drive shaft and lengthen the front if your replacing a 4wd tranny.
not replacing a 4x4 tranny, bolting a transfer case to the back of the 4L60E in my 93. got to thinking, after i find the drivers side drop 241 for my 92, i'll have a spare Chevy Dana 44 with 4.10s in it and a passenger side drop 241. i'm seriously considering SFAing my 93 when i get the 92 up and running, making my own brackets using the Sky brackets as a guide, and making mine shorter, so i'd be able to accomidate a 6" lift and run 35s. should make for a reasonable driver i would think.
oh yeah, thanks for contributing to my madness.
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