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Anybody know if there is any differences in the 2 boxes besides how the input shaft is setup??

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Bearing size. 5th gear size. Bolt pattern to the bell housing. G52 and W56 have the same bolt pattern to the bell housing. The R151F and the R150 have the same bolt pattern to the bell housing.

If you take a 4cyl and a V6 apart everything in the V6 transmission is larger.
 

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Whoops, my bad, I miss stated my question, sorry..
 

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Originally posted by crash:
[QB]Anybody know if there is any differences in the 2 boxes besides how the input shaft is setup??

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The input shaft difference is the only thing I can tell. Its not just V6/4cyl, I think its more to do w/ the year of the truck.

The newer ones ("V6") are a little longer where the input shaft connects, so the steering shaft can be a little shorter.

I had a later box in my '86 for a while. They are basically interchangeable as long as your steering shaft isn't too long (or short if going the other way).
 

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Ok, the best of my knowledge, they used 2 different gearboxes even in the later models, but like you say, the only difference is the input that i can tell, but possabley something different in the valving?? They are the same ratio also..
 
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