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Posted 16 October 2005 - 06:33 PM
Posted 16 October 2005 - 06:59 PM
I'd keep everything you have room for, i've kept stuff for years not thinking i'd need it until one day having that part has saved me from a long walk to the parts store.
Posted 17 October 2005 - 04:14 AM
turbo 5spds have 25 splines.
for automatics, all 3spds are 23 spline, turbo or non, and the 4spd full time automatic is 25 spline(turbo and xt6)
the only 25 spline non turbo tranny is the full time 5spd for the xt6
if you were to purchase new axles order them for a turbo 3spd automatic as they will have the same diameter as the 25 spline axles but will have the 23 splines. the doj cup will be interchangeable to turbo axles and xt6 axles such as to use xt6 suspensions with a dual range tranny
for gear ratios, all non turbo 5spds are 3.9. 87 and up non turbo automatics are 3.9 as well, but 86 and earlier automatics are 3.7 and turbo autos are 3.7
ALL ea82 rear axles are the same and 23 spline wether it be turbo or non and xt6 as well
the carb motor will work in the spfi configuration, the intake and distributor fit the same, but you will have to block off the egr ports on the cab heads and you will be stepping down from 9.5 compression to 9.0
as far as motors from ats and manuals the bolt pettern for the flywheel is the same so you can swap the flywheel to an auto's motor. but you will have to use the bolts original to the flywheel as the bolts for the flexplate of an at are shorter
also the rear half of the driveshaft are interchangeable should a u-joint go bad
everything else fits the same
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