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NV5600 Swap for 47re

I have a few questions for some guys that have done this swap. I found a Nv5600 trans with clutch, flywheel, bellhousing, flex plate, steel crossmember to hold trans and transfer case, pcm for a standard, heavy duty slave/master cylinder for clutch, and a 3 pedal setup.

I've done nv4500 swap but this nv5600 I found looks alright. The seller wants $3500 for whole swap, but the clutch has some hot spots due to he pulled the truck a few times, clutch is a dual disk Kenny pulling, I already have a 3 pedal setup out of an 99' with nv4500, but it is the same?
Would i be payin to much from someone who has already done this swap?

The trans has new bearings and short throw shifter. The nv5600 came out of an 01' with the ho engine. He also has no transfer due to he already sold it, would the auto one work, 271d is in mine, and he also has ecm for the truck too, could I use mine or use the other one due to it came out of a standard, really shouldnt matter but Please anyone that can put any input would help a ton, and if anyone has more questions to ask about it, please do. Thanks!

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Do not know what years you are talking about , but use your ecm. If he includes anything take it you can always sell it. You will need his PCM and you may need an additional harness(s), You may be able to surface the fly wheel or clutch.
Do not know what transfer case he had , but yours is a 241 DHD or DLD, DHD had the TO access plate and DLD did not . It is also n the round tag or your glove box sticker.
You will have to talk to a gear shop about the transfer case. I suspect that either will work but you will have to change the input gear to the TC to match your trani. Spline count, 23 or 29. Your auto should be 23. Length 4 1/4" or 5" and bearing size(narrow or wide. Mu 99 241DHD auto has the 23 spl, wide bearing and short shaft.

You will have to figure out which shaft the 5600 TC would have in the TC.

Remember it has a pilot bearing in it . They are not hard to do the actual gear change. Don't know if a 271 has a CAD actuator or not.
Have not done the conversions. Have done the transfer case a few times and you might consider new clutches or output shaft spline in the auto OD while there. It comes out separately from trani if needed.

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It shouldn't be much different than a NV4500 swap. You might be able to get away without the PCM swap. I didn't have to do anything when I swapped in my 4500. But some trucks don't care other do. Just change out the input shaft on the T-case and bolt it up.

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My truck is a 1999 Dodge 3/4 with the 4 speed auto, 241DHD. I mistyped, the spline should be the same, but the shaft could differ??
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You would need to replace the input to a 29spline. You could bag the input out of a dld or dhd as share the same inputs
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