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465 with long 32 spline, what cases fit ?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by R72K5, Nov 3, 2003.

  1. R72K5

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    i know 80-up 208 fit long 32 spline 465, but what else will ?

    thanks
     
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    85-91 NP205 will fit (it does need its own adapter though).

    The NP241, NP243, BW1370, BW4470, BW4401 will all fit with the same NP208 adapter.
     
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    what 5 speed was used with 241 in 95 or so ? curious, i just got doen driving a 95 K1500 shortfleet with 5.7L and 5 speed and 241 case and i like it! wish was mine /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
     
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    what 5 speed was used with 241 in 95 or so ? curious, i just got doen driving a 95 K1500 shortfleet with 5.7L and 5 speed and 241 case and i like it! wish was mine /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif



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    Ain't it the NV4500?
     
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    Could be either an NV3500 or a NV4500... the NV3500 has an integrated bellhousing.
     
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    Probably a 3500. IIRC, the "heavier duty" trucks got the 4500, but U2Slow is right, integral bellhousing on that design, not on the 4500, so difference is easy.

    There have been a few posts on the 3500/4500, the 3500 isn't as desirable.
     

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