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Tahoe Tranny & T-Case?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by trollporter, Jan 11, 2005.

  1. trollporter

    trollporter 1/2 ton status

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    Does a '96 Tahoe have a 4l60e? Is it just a electric shift 700? Will a passenger side drop np241c bolt up to it? What does the "c" stand for?I'm trying to plan to do a SAS on it and have a passenger side D60 and np241c and don't want to buy a ford D60. Please let me know if i'm overlooking anything.

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  2. big83chevy4x4

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    yes it has a 4L60E, it is based on the 700r4 but only a few things will interchange.

    a pass drop 241 should bolt up to it the C stands for chevy
     
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    Thanks for info man! If anyone else has any SAS info or tips for this model Tahoe it will be greatly appriciated.
     
  4. K5MONSTERCHEV

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    My tips are, make your own brackets, unless your not inclined to do so. Dont get steering from ORU. How big of lift are you running? Theres a pic I did a SAS on in my webshots.
     
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    I'm finishing a SAS on a 92' S10 utalizing 10bolt front and 14bolt FF rear axles. TBI 350out of a 95 Tahoe, 700r4 from the S10 (slightly Moded), and the NP203 to match the pasenger side front diff. If I can be of any help just let me know. I know I wish I had someone to bounce things off of when I started this Beast.

    By the way, My brother and I have done all of the work our selves.
     
  6. trollporter

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    I'm Probaly going with 8" springs that are left over from a '84 blazer project that got rerouted. I'm trying not to go with a body lift. Maybe some mild triming. What size tire do you think will fit? I've always heard that you get an automatic 2" when you use the ORU kit.
     
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    The you will have 10" lift. Youll need to cut with 38's. If you get ORUs kit, dont get the steering from them.
     

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