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I had a 92 1/2 ton that was totaled.....i cried. it had an i6 but the motor had 2 b junked. my current truck has a 5.slow in it. I was wondering if a friends 300 carb with a 3 spd manual floor shift would bolt up 2 my electronic select t-case. my truck is a 95 with an auto. wht trans did the 300 bolt up 2. the trans i have is an aode. would it mate up with that. I love the bigsix and need a good project.
It will not bolt up directly you will have to find a tail housing from a three speed out of a 4x4 and even then I don't know if it will share a bolt pattern with you transfer case. I am still wandering why you don't just bolt your 300 to the transmission you already have? If you are going to do a transmission swap I would go for a ZF 5spd, don't get me wrong the little 3.03 is a great tranny but granny low and over drive are nice to have. This swap isn't going to be a bolt in at all you will have to fabricate stuff your self, and why go through all the trouble just to have a three speed. If you pick a transmission that was avalible from the factory they you are looking for parts not making them. Your electrically shifted transfer case should work fine with your carbed motor.
i never really planned on putiing the 3 spd in. the only reason i would consider it is if i would have problems mating the carb. motor 2 the AODE transmission. And by the way does ne body have a link 2 a thread that details a 300 build up or a website that sells performance parts 4 a 300?
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