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Old 08-03-2011, 08:26 PM
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2wd tranny in 4wd blazer

is there a difference in the 2wd 700r4 and 4wd 700r4 besides the transfer case? tranny went out in my 89 k5 blazer, found 700r4 2wd tranny and woundering if it would fit

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Yes huge difference in the tailshaft and tailshaft adapter.

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so it would not work by taking tail end off 2wd and bolting up transfer case of 4wd?
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so it would not work by taking tail end off 2wd and bolting up transfer case of 4wd?
no,

out put shafts of each transmission design is different. 4x4 shaft is shorter
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