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Very cool project!

What about a Nv5600 or G56?
If you can find me /2wd 6 speed I'd be all over it!!

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If your wanting to go manual a zf6 is a really good trans and they can be had cheaper than the others, but then you'll have to have a adapter and flywheel expense though.

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If you can find me /2wd 6 speed I'd be all over it!!
2wd and 4wd g56 are pretty much identical, the only difference is the 2wd has a flange bolted to the back to house the rear seal and the slip yoke for the driveline rides on the same shaft.... just food for thought. A 6 speed mansmission would certainly be cooler than the Allison but all in all your probably better off going auto.
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Damn you guys lol. Now I don't know what to do hahahaha
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Damn you guys lol. Now I don't know what to do hahahaha
That's what happens when you go and post something and ask us to help. Is there anything else you need help with?
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The 47 and 48re's are good transmissions and the Standalone controller I used in my Blazer made the install easy and fun to drive.

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The 47 and 48re's are good transmissions and the Standalone controller I used in my Blazer made the install easy and fun to drive.
Except heís the dare to be different variety 93oneton another thing to think about is ground clearance.... the g56 is HUGE!!!!! Iíve read that it may drag ground on a 2wd first gen and with how long your wheelbase is that doesnít help.
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Except heís the dare to be different variety 93oneton another thing to think about is ground clearance.... the g56 is HUGE!!!!! Iíve read that it may drag ground on a 2wd first gen and with how long your wheelbase is that doesnít help.
I just had to throw in another option in just to make it more difficult.

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Except heís the dare to be different variety 93oneton another thing to think about is ground clearance.... the g56 is HUGE!!!!! Iíve read that it may drag ground on a 2wd first gen and with how long your wheelbase is that doesnít help.


Correct that's why my original thought was to leave the four wheel drive transmission and transfer case in it. Twin-stick the 205 transfer case, and then run my air pump for my air system off of the front yoke of the transfer case. Then I could kick the rear end out lock it in front wheel drive put it in gear and air my pump up without ever moving the truck
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Wow... those pictures still make me cringe. Glad the drivetrain is going to a good home!!!!!
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Wow... those pictures still make me cringe. Glad the drivetrain is going to a good home!!!!!
My oldest said it was the sad truck hahahahaha
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