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6.2L Diesel Engine, Transmission & Transfer Case

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by rd durham, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. rd durham

    rd durham Registered Member

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    1984 CHEVROLET/GMC 6.2 liter diesel engine, TH400 transmission and NP208 transfer case, 15247 miles, $1700 or best offer. 719-590-4989.

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    dang that shure would be handy about now. to bad so far away :(
     
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    Will you separate?

    I'd be interested in the transfercase....

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  4. rd durham

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    I'd probably split, but would want $400 for the t-case, or make an offer. Going price at the local salvages yards for a good low miles t-case is $450 or more.
     
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    lol... just cause they rape everyone doesn't mean we like it... But they also offer an exchange only warranty (or money back if they don't have a replacement).

    Is it set up so it can be run right now? Is that a M1008 drivetrain? I'd be interested in the TH400-208 for about $300 and would pick it up.
     
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    ok.... Thanks, but I'm out.

    Marv
     
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    Sorry $300 isn't enough, but I'd take $600 for the tranny and t-case. That's roughly half what the local salvage yards want.

    This drivetrain came out of a 1984 CUCV Blazer and was driveable when removed. Transmission pan has a hole in it where they drained the fluids, but I'd supply another tranmission pan.
     
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    No thanks, but good luck with it.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    at pull-n-save in wash they go for 100-150 bucks each and a warrenty :(
    havent checked down here yet
     
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    In Colorado Springs Pic N Pull it's $125 with a thirty day warranty only that it will run not have good compression.

    This one has low miles (15247) and being out of a military truck it was well maintained. That's better than you'll see at any Pic N Pull. If you find one this good at a Pic N Pull you better also go buy a Lotto ticket.

    I'm more than willing to entertain resonable offers.
     
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    I'm going to adjust the price on this for the time being.

    $900 for the engine.
    $450 for the transmission.
    $250 for the transfer case.

    $1500 for the complete setup.

    I will entertain any reasonable offer. No trades. I do need cash as this is going for an operation on our family's pet Labrador Retriever.
     
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    Off The Market

    This is off the market for now.
     
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    damn, just missed it
     

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