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Old 02-26-2012, 12:03 AM
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ok my question is that my truck is a 1991 slivrado that used to be a v6 manual but i swapped in a mild built 350 and a th350 trans would the rearend from the manual trans have any bad effects on an auto trans? like the gear ratio? would it cause my truck to max out at like 70mph and and cause my trans to not shift into 3rd gear and run at high rpms when going down the freeway?

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Not an expert here but I'm thinking u went from manual or overdrive to a th350 which is a 1:1 drive gear i believe so yes it can change yer cruise n rpms and yer shift points. Hg
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How would I go about fixing that would I have to swap out the gears? Maybe swap some out of an older chevy truck that had a th350?
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Would a rearend out of a early 80s chevy truck swap in to it with no problem?
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