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Old 12-06-2010, 12:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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chevy tranny ?????

I have an 84 toyota with 30" of lift. 5.29 gears, 44" tires, and a mildly built sb 350 with rv cam. Its gonna stay on the pavement! I'm looking for advice for the transmission/tcase selection. I bought a rebuilt th400 with np 208. Now I'm being told I want a 700r4 ( 1988-1991). For both overdrive and no electronic valve body. Is this correct? Anyone have any good or bad experiences to share? Which tcase do I want?
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Asked for this to be moved to Newbie, because all you will get is flaming in here...

But in answer to your question: A TH400 is the strongest non-overdrive trans that you can get. Keep it. If you have to have OD, get a 4L80E, the OD equivalent of the Th400.

700R4 is not a stout trans, big tires and heat will kill it quickly.

As for the Tcase, get a NP205, they made factory adapters to mate the 205 and TH400. Shouldn't be hard to locate.
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you have 2 1/2ft of lift (i dont even want to know how), 5.29s and 44 inch tires on a toyota pickup, and your worried about your tranny not having overdrive??? get out of here, your clearly retarded
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I would say TH400/NP205. Do you have a picture of the Toyota?
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I would say TH400/NP205. Do you have a picture of the Toyota?
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OP- Im going to ASSUME you arent the one that built this truck... I suggest you search around, and become more familiar with Chevy parts. They're not much good unless you understand how they work and function in the event of a break.
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Old 12-10-2010, 09:28 AM   #6 (permalink)
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To those trying to help, Thank you. No I bought the truck partially finished. I'm doing the running gear and drivetrain. I've put 1 1/2 years into it with approx 1 year to go. Ye I have pics of it but hav'nt figured out how to post them yet. I'm working on it. And yes, I am familiar with chevy parts. I rebuild my own engines AND transmissions. I just thought maybe someone had some good/bad experiences that might help me. Sorry, maybe I came to the wrong website !!!!!!!!!!!!
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