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11-02-2012 01:27 PM
rack Thanks for reply SSedan64.
I will keep looking for other trany.

Just to be sure, will any 700r4 from 4x4 bolt on or there are different types?

10-27-2012 04:53 AM
SSedan64 The 700R4 from the 2X4 wont have the correct length Output Shaft or spacer to bolt up to the Transfer case. I'd pass.
10-22-2012 01:51 PM
1990 subuurban 4x4 T-400 to 700r4 swap

Hello guys,
I have opportunity to buy 700r4 from 4x2 Chevy Blazer. (I am not in US so it is rare chance)
What I need to swap th400 in my 1990 4x4 suburban with 700r4?

I want to change it to get overdrive and better mpg.

Is there any sense in this swap?


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