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? about nv4500

Discussion in '1992-Present Chevy & GMC models' started by kyrel69, Feb 26, 2002.

  1. kyrel69

    kyrel69 1/2 ton status

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    I am wanting to know what years the nv4500 were used and the pro and conn(if any) of those years. Or just a web site that tell me all that.
     
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    Advance adapters sells a swap guide speciffically about NV 4500's. Very informative. Basicly they were from 93 and newer. 93-95 had the 6.34 first gear un-synchronized, but were considered noisey. 96-newer, had a 5.61(?) first all synchronized and fixed the noise. The throwout bearing changed somewhere in the same time to an internal hydraulic release bearing.
    Spend the $10 if you are seriously considering the swap. It has all the codes listed to identify what trans you are looking for, and what configuration it was built for.
    I just swapped in a 93 and love it! It is a little noisey in 5th, but what a crawler!
     
  3. kyrel69

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    well I am looking to swap one into my 85 burb that i use as a tow rig. I want the overdrive to get better gas mil. I will have to go to there web site and see about that book too
     
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    HDFXB:
    6.34 1st gear NV4500's are synchronized, at least mine is. Came from a 94 GM truck. Reverse gear isn't synchronized in GM's but is in Dodge units.
    KyreI69: Go for it, makes a nice addition for towing and cruising. Pretty straight forward, once you have AA's bellhousing. Make sure you get transmission to match their bellhousing. 2 different setups, AA's book is worth the price for all the info it has.

    87 K5, 427/340hp BBC,4.56 D60 & 14BFF, NV4500, NP208, TSM rear disc's,
     

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