Would I have to find a newer transmission? Spent about 3 hrs installing the engine and transmission. Novak will know what you need to use -- just call them up and ask. On 01 and earlier 4. I hope not because the older transmission will mate to my Tcase, and again, I don't know about the newer ones. I'm also pretty sure you'd need a new transfer case. You could also take apart your tcase and just swap the input gear on the tcase to match your trans. I spent tons of time researching information and it's gave me lots of headaches, but I'm def glad I did it.
Would I have to find a newer transmission? If you plan on beating on it or powershifting it won't last long. The 360 eqipped 2500 with 5spds used the Magnum bolt pattern on the 4500's, so that would be the ticket. Not saying that kit is a bad kit, just never heard of it so I know nothing about their reliability. Oddly enough, there was a. I know I might be getting way above your knowledge level on this, but im not trying to discourage you from doing it. Thanks in advance for any help given! I've never done that conversion.
Working on a tight budget and trying to take the guesswork out as best I can. That was mostly the results I found as well. It's throwing a code for losing communication with the transfercase control module. The only thing I'd say is watch what year you get as some have some not so desirable gear ratios in them. What gear ratio do you have? Maybe Rockland Standard Gear would know.
Meanwhile, I have to adapt a clutch master cylinder to the Jeeps pedals. I was told that with a 5. If so can you direct me where i can get one? Both have the same Bell housing bolt pattern. I'm not slamming gears but a T5 out of a Camaro can handle that a whole lot more better. Any input is greatly appreciated. I'm on the beach 6-8 hours a day without any shade so there's no way in hell I'm wrenching on a truck in that heat on my time off from work. Anyone out there who actually knows for sure whether or not the 5.
I'm guessing it goes the the guage cluster. I had a stock internal honda with a turbo and high as I would even consider going was about 7. The corner of the pass. So I am wondering what is really true here? Then again, i havn't had the time to make it worse :silly: Mine blew because i drove the dog crap out of mine. Am I correct in assuming this is the case? It is raised to make up for the.
If so can you direct me where i can get one? I think it would be at home behind a 350, even in a car and it still shifts better than an old non-synchro 3-speed all day. It is also an aluminum case. I've search all over this forum and others and can't find anything on the 98 s10+ nv3500 mated to a 4. I'll have to remeasure everything, but I suspect that the throwout bearing will change again. I believe that the 1986 and later 1 piece seal cranks are the same bolt pattern but I have never actually measured one and checked. I measured the distance from the crank mounting surface of the flywheel to the fingers of the pressure plate. On 01 and earlier 4.
So im wanting to get a manual transmssion for my 1999 silverado 5. I expected this to be. The release bearing may be hard to find, but I found one on ebay with this part number 1377c. I got 245K miles and its just now starting to whine. Maybe not a good choice even if you already have it. The rear ends are also different as the 2500's came with a 11.
If the overall height is of concern then ask your favorite parts counter guy to plop a couple contenders on the counter and measure them. The 3500 has an integrated bell housing, so the 4500 will have to be purchased with its own. First off, once I got it in and was plugging everything in, the plug that goes from the engine harness to the plug to the firewall is different. . The pilot bearing is an 43. I have done this, it is very easy and cheap to make it work.
Wouldn't have had nearly as many problems. That portion of Bell just hangs below the engine block anyway. Also out of curiosity, anyone know a price I should pay for it all? Here is what I have come up with. I believe that the 1986 and later 1 piece seal cranks are the same bolt pattern but I have never actually measured one and checked. The two trannys are the same length and the shifter is in the same location. The rear ends are also different as the 2500's came with a 11.
Thanks in advance for any help given! Stock trans has a one piece case, so the bell is part of the trans. So I have been measuring and researching since I got home tonight. They arnt fun to try and replace one. Both transmissions are really 'truck' transmissions and neither will drive like a sports car. Third, it says it lost communication to the fuel control module, which I was just looking into this tonight and from pictures it shows it on top of the tank for the 4.