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Built TH400, Chevy or BOP case

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by mikey_d05, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. mikey_d05

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    BOP OR CHEVY TH400. Was behind the Caddy motor when I bought it. I had Terry at Coonie's Racing Engines put a rebuild kit and a Redneck Performance reverse manual valve body in it. The valve body has compression braking in all gears. Perfect for a serious tow rig or a powerful off road rig. While we were in there I bolted up a TCI torque converter. IIRC it's a Saturday night special that's furnace brazed and has an anti-ballooning plate and rated for 2,000 RPM stall speed. Trans has never been filled since rebuilt. It is missing the dipstick and tube. Only thing left to do is find a dipstick and throw a new filter in and it should be ready to go. Converted the tailhousing and tailshaft to work with a transfer case.

    Price is $1000. The only trades I'm interested in involve 35 spline D60 stub shafts and drive slugs, a D60 detroit for 4.56 and up, or very specific things for Toyota drivelines. PM me or post up with offers.

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    Motor gone, Trans being reconfigured
     
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    NP241 still available?
     
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    Yes.

    Trans is being converted to a Chevy case so it will sell a little easier.
     
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    Does the 241 have a mechanical speedo? Looks like it to me in the pics... how much for the 241 shipped to 98251?
     
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    I'm 99% sure it does. It's a couple hours away though so I can't check on it right now. It's originally from an '89 K5.
     
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    1989 was the only year for the mechanical speedo in a 241 from GM and from the pics I think I can see the speedo connection on the 241.
     
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    I'll have to figure out how much it weighs and look at shipping. Are you in a hurry or can it wait a couple of days? Sorry, just sold the motor last night so I haven't had time to figure out what I want to ask for the other stuff individually yet.
     
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    DHL would be $45-$55, Fed Ex would be $50-$60, UPS would be $60-$70, USPS won't take it because it's over 70 lbs.

    What were you thinking for price? Kind of a rare monster as far as I understand.

    Edit: Also, I *might* be able to get a small DHL discount and if you want the clocking ring I'll throw it in for a few bucks.
     

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