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Old December 11th, 2011, 05:36 PM   #1
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I need to know what transfer case i would need? It's A 1999 Chevy with A 350! it has a straight axle swap.. I need to know what transfer case would work? I know that it has to be driver side drop.. but not sure wich one i need. Oh the trans in the truck is a 4l60e
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Old December 11th, 2011, 07:22 PM   #2
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Easyest tcase to swap in would be a NP241 from a 1500 Chevy/GMC. Many people online have posted what it takes to do. Im assuming you currently have a NP243 or NP246?
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He has no idea.
No 231, 233, 241, 242 could work.
Depends on if he wants/has electronic, manual, auto...
Depends on if the trans came out of a blazer or half ton (not really but to keep things simple)
Is the axle pass or drivers drop?
Need more info bra.
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Old December 11th, 2011, 07:45 PM   #4
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I found a 241 but it's on a Gm 4l80 out of a diesel is that the same? This is my first time doing this!! Or I have access to one out of a 93 chevy! Is there a difference?
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It's a drivers side drop
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And it's an auto trans
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I found a 241 but it's on a Gm 4l80 out of a diesel is that the same? This is my first time doing this!! Or I have access to one out of a 93 chevy! Is there a difference?
No. the input on a 4L80E is 32 spline, 4L60E is a 27.
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You also need to get the extension housing that applies to your case. I have a 27 splne 241 for sale.
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