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Old 06-03-2008, 10:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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s10 5 speed to 350

Wondering if anyone has ever, or seen the 5 speeds in s10's hooked up to a small block 350? And can you get an adapter for the transmission to hook up to a np205 or 208?
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Old 06-03-2008, 11:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Since you're changing the t-case anyway, why not just start with a tranny that came with the appropriate t-case AND the V8 bellhousing?
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Old 06-03-2008, 11:16 AM   #3 (permalink)
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was truck a 4.3 or a 2.2? is the trans 2wd now or 4wd? need more info Could it be tuesday?
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Old 06-03-2008, 02:23 PM   #4 (permalink)
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4.3, 4wd
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the 4.3 and the 350 have the same bellhousing bolt patern
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Old 06-03-2008, 03:52 PM   #6 (permalink)
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the 5 speed in a 4.3 s10 is a nv3500, the same 5 speed found in 88+ full size trucks with a 350. the nv3500 ive got sitting here (came out of an 88 k2500 LD) has an integrated t-case adapter. i would only assume the s10 version does too, and that it is designed for the 5 bolt round s10 pattern.
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Take a look at your adapter to the S-10 t-case. If it is round you can probably adapt it but may have to have a shaft made. I think all S-10 inputs to the t-case were 27 spline, not sure but that would be the major hurdle. I presume your looking to go sas with a passenger drop axle. There is a real nice build in here from a guy in Colorado who recently did one using a Wagoneer drivers drop front axle. I think he may have upgraded his t-case to a 241, not sure. Search around under S-10 you'll find it, a real nice build.
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Take a look at your adapter to the S-10 t-case. If it is round you can probably adapt it but may have to have a shaft made. I think all S-10 inputs to the t-case were 27 spline, not sure but that would be the major hurdle. I presume your looking to go sas with a passenger drop axle. There is a real nice build in here from a guy in Colorado who recently did one using a Wagoneer drivers drop front axle. I think he may have upgraded his t-case to a 241, not sure. Search around under S-10 you'll find it, a real nice build.
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alright, i looked at the adaptr and it's not gonna work. Now i gotta choose between a th400 or a 700r4. My street and offroad is like 75 street and 25 percent 4x4. Any input on either and what to do to the trannies? I only run 33's on dana 44's, and i basicly do just mud/river runs. I'm not one for rock climbing, my buddies got a jeep for that.

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if its got an nv3500, there is no adapter . the back half of the tranny has the t case mounting surface as part of it. you can bolt any 27 spline 6 bolt round case to it minus one bolt. i say 27 spline because that is what i have seen in them before
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That pic is definately not a 4x4 trans but the add says it is available in 2x4 or 4x4.
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That pic is definately not a 4x4 trans but the add says it is available in 2x4 or 4x4.
You talking about my pics? If so, you're wrong. I removed it myself from a 4x4 truck.
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your saying this is a 4wd trans? its from the link you posted

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Oops, my mistake. Clicking too fast apparently. This is the one I have for sale that is 4x4. Sorry!

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