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Old 04-29-2006, 08:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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92 Sas?

well a good friend of mine just bought a daily driver, so his 92 Chevy x-cab Z-71 is now a trail rig. the first thing is geting it up in the air. we are going to so an SAS and need a little help. I have been wheeling for about 2 years know and have an 83 fsj buggy that I am about to put one tons in. the front axle has the same bolt pattern as the Chevy though it is a little narrow can we still us it (60" wms wms). what t-case will bolt to the stock 4l60e trans that has a pass drop. thanks for the help I am kind of new to the Chevy thing.

also we are building this for rock crawling and are planing to 4 link the rear and would like some pix and suggestions on what to do there (not the deign aspect but what ya ll have done) also can some one post some pix of their bobbed Chevy's?
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241c is what i have bolted to my tahoe with a 4l60E drivers side.
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Old 04-29-2006, 12:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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no I mean for a pass drop so we can use old chevy 6 lug axles.
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Old 04-29-2006, 12:50 PM   #4 (permalink)
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a 241 out of a 98-91 suburban or full size blazer...

i think...

they ran a 700r4 so im not sure if the pattern is the same
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what about the NP-208s out of the old chevy blazers and pickups would they bolt up to the trany? and does a the vortec 5.7 and 350 have the same trany bolt patern?
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If you look back several pages you'll find a lot of info on doing SAS's. There is a new thread on this weekly.
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Old 04-29-2006, 04:40 PM   #7 (permalink)
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If you look back several pages you'll find a lot of info on doing SAS's. There is a new thread on this weekly.
Yeah, but it's still a whole lot better than what's usually posted in here.

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you need a 241 and not a 208. the 208 doesnt have the Speed sensor in it so your tranny wont shift and your speedo wont work. I dont think the 60" WMS wouldnt fit seeings as a Fullsize axle is around 66"wms.
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does the th350 have the same bell housing as a 4l60e, is the output shaft the same can I reuse the same flex plate and flywheel, and what is the best stall for the torque converter?

thanks for all y'all help its so much nicer over here in the Chevy section than in the jeep.
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figure it's like a 700r4, then you could even mate a np205 cast iron t-case to it. what ya need is the 2" adapter that takes a th700r4 replaced by th350 cut off 1/4" of the tail shaft on the tranny and use the stock th350 to np205 adapter. the nice thing is, is that you get 4 gears forward and a solid t-case. plus being sas and lifting it you may be able to keep the stock rear shaft and in my case i was able to use a stock blazer front 32" normal shaft.

i got the ORU kit and did 6" springs for the SAS with a chevy D60 TBI350 700r4 np205 14bolt and stock shafts front and rear.
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here's a pic of my t-case and adapters, 2" spacer and th350 to np205 adapter

second pic is of a homemade 2 1/4" adapter installed on a 700r4 note the all thread in use is cause it's 10mm not standard sized

third pic is of the strut to brace the t-case to the trans bell housing had to modify a couple np208 struts to fit
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does the th350 have the same bell housing as a 4l60e, is the output shaft the same can I reuse the same flex plate and flywheel, and what is the best stall for the torque converter?

thanks for all y'all help its so much nicer over here in the Chevy section than in the jeep.
all GM V-8's have the same bellhousing. im not sure about the rest, but they all have the same bellhousing, 4.3 included.
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all GM V-8's have the same bellhousing. im not sure about the rest, but they all have the same bellhousing, 4.3 included.

Yep. 4.3 all the way up including diesels and the 8.1L. Motor mounts are the same also. The only different one was the 2.2L V-6.
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