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post #1 of 4 Old 07-20-2013, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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What adapter for 4l80e to rubi 241OR

I've searched Novak and Advanced and can't find an adapter to made a 4l80e to the stock rubicon transfer case.

Anyone out there know if there's a specific adapter or if one is even necessary?

I've got the motor (2007 LQ9) and have my eye on a local low mileage 2007
4l80e but want to make sure it's compatible. I plan on keeping the stock transfer case for now.

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-20-2013, 06:47 PM
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have you actually called Novak or Advanced Adapters, not just look at their website?


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No that's the next course of action to wait until Monday and talk to the installer and call Novak/Advanced.

I was actually hoping that someone on the board has done the swap and knows they do in fact have an adapter. I'd like to commit to buy this tranny with as low mileage as it has but want to be certain it will fit my build.
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Well I had to wait until today but I called Novak and spoke with Dave. Huge wealth of knowledge there and just the fact he spent as much time as he did getting me up to speed, i have no worries about going all Novak on my swap. To answer my own question, they do in fact have a 4l80e adapter for anyone else looking. He also said they're working on a prototype to integrate the steering wheel cruise control buttons into the GM cruise on the 05/06 TJ/LJ platforms using a 3rd gen drive by wire gm v8. Looking forward to getting this show on the road.
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