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Question about 5speed trans's


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#1 hush777

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Posted 20 June 2004 - 11:57 PM

Will the spider gears out of an 85 ea82 d/r 5 speed 4x4 work in an 91 pushbutton 5 speed 4x4.

Anyone know??

Son hit a big rock and tore up something in the 91 trans.... sounds like the spider gears. Have an extra d/r that chunks going into 1st so I thought that it should become a donor. :)

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#2 GeneralDisorder

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Posted 21 June 2004 - 12:12 AM

Would be better to just replace the syncro's on the D/R and use that. You would have to split the casing's on both to change the gears, and if you are doing that, then it would be smart to do all the syncro's anyway. And if that's the case, then use the D/R - no sense fixing a single range when you have a D/R you could fix.....

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