CA Built 700r4 trans

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  1. BKinzey

    BKinzey 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    From my Project in Pieces that I'm not going to finish and need to sell off. I got a lot of parts.

    I bought this a couple of years ago from someone else so I don't have proof of this rebuilt 700r4. I trusted the seller. It was built by "Mad Dog" transmissions on the east coast who was a guy/shop selling on eBay and specialized in 700r4. He is no longer listed on eBay. This is a Godfather rebuild which was his top of the line rebuild and he sold for about $1400. It was going in a 350 Camero and comes with a torque converter for that purpose, I don't know the stall speed on the converter as I was putting it in a diesel K5 and the stall speed won't work for that.

    I didn't pay $1400 for it but I am asking less than what I paid.

    $500 Lowered price to $300

    It is on a pallet but I'm not interested in shipping. Located near downtown Los Angeles.

    K5 700r4 Trans #1.jpg

    K5 700r4 trans #2.jpg

    Found this TCI deep pan that I'll toss in the deal. They run $150-$170.

    K5 Trans pan #1.jpg

    K5 Trans Pan #2.jpg
     
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    Somebody make an offer? It's gotta go.
     
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    I can't tell from the adapter but is that a 2wd or 4wd tranny? I have an '85 K20 diesel suburban that needs a new 700r4.
     
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    It's a 2wd tranny. Need to swap the output shaft & maybe use an adapter depending on the transfer case you have.
     
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    Thanks, that is more work than I have the energy for.
     
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    Pic of the torque converter. Don't know what the stall speed is.

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    Lowered price
     
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    :thinking:
    I'm familiar with mad dog, actually looked at his transmissions years ago. All you need is the advance adapter output shaft, tear down tranny, and your done. I did the same with my jimmy with a np205. Now looking for a 4l60e for my Yukon, but this might work. Let me do some digging around. You wouldn't happen to have a 205 lying around.
     
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    Ohhhh, I just saw your 205.
     
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    Still have this and a garage full of other stuff. Most of it is free. I'll negotiate on the price of the tranny for the amount of free stuff you take. I don't want to pay someone to haul stuff away.
     

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