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post #1 of 12 Old 09-26-2013, 05:01 PM Thread Starter
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NP241"c"? Need to know drivers drop please

Is it the np241"c" that i would need for a drivers drop to sm465?
Thanks... last part of the equation.


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post #2 of 12 Old 09-26-2013, 06:02 PM
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Just find one from a mid 90's one ton or a HD 3/4 ton with a 4l80 and it will have the correct 32 spline input and round adapter pattern.

Now is the pattern the same, its very close, but it might be off a bit. Nothing a die grinder or a clocking ring cant solve.

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yes a mid 90's chevy from a 3/4 or 1 ton will be the correct 32 spline input. will bolt right up to the SM465 with the correct adapter (found in late 80's, early 90's chevy trucks, K5, 'burbs) and the drivers drop if clocked a bit higher factory than a similar passenger drop 241 is.

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thanks.. I can start searching now... I appreciate it as always.. got the motor with Howell? wYJ to 4.3 harness and trans lined up.. pick up end of Oct..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ku2yR...ature=youtu.be

Im broke til Christmas ..

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thanks.. I can start searching now... I appreciate it as always.. got the motor with Howell? wYJ to 4.3 harness and trans lined up.. pick up end of Oct..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ku2yR...ature=youtu.be

Im broke til Christmas ..
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Question is this it?

Is this it ?/

Chevy GMC 1500 NP241C Transfer Case 97 Suburban Pick Up ?



Dosent say 4x4 but cant I make it work ?

I know so little of Chevy stuff.. THANKS !!
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It is a 241C but since its from a 1500 it will have a 27 spline input not the 32 spline your looking for. A 1500 would be bolted to a 4l60, that's why I said to find one bolted to a 4l80.

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Do you by chance, know what trucks had the one I need in it. ?


I found one from a Tahoe that had the 4l80e in it..

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95 96 97 98 99 CHEVY 1500 PICKUP TRANSFER CASE 273356 I found one from a Tahoe that had the 4l80e in it..

sorry im such a ******* but I need to get one ordered or found.

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a Tahoe would not have a 4l80e, as to my knowledge there was no HD or 2500 package on them.

you need a 90+ year as they have a VSS, where as earlier models have a mechanical speedo. one from behind a 4l80 or a truck with the SM465 will work as they are both a 32 spline input on the T-case. really any 90's 2500 chevy truck will have one so long as it is a floor shift t-case and not electronic shift.

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great thanks !!


see if I can find one.

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Talking Dana 20

Thanks for all your assistance with the NP case.. I learned alot. I have found a Scout dana20 and I have experience with this case from my eb days. I plan to twin it.

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