Discussion in 'Other Vehicles' started by Vbb199, Oct 23, 2019.
That was after I turned the camera off unfortunately lol
So a guy right down the road from me as it turns out has a 27 spline np241 transfer case.
Came from a gmt400.
Which is good.
I can use those parts, with the parts from the white suburban and piece together all the necessary equipment to have a floor shifter in the s10
No more bs vaccuum!!
Only problem I saw was, the case doesn't use the front output flat flange like you'd find on a squarebody Era t case.
Suffice it to say I'm in search of one of those now.
Does anyone have one they'd part with? I assume it to be the same spline count.
thats one sexy beast right there.
OK you clowns.
I finally got ahold of the 88-94 gmt400 np241, manual shift case!
Funny, it was at a guy right down the road's house.... Sitting in the bed of his gmt400. Haha.
Special thanks for @ajd89 for the output yoke from his squarebody np241, I now also have the correct flat flange yoke I need to run the double cardon chevy front driveshaft!!
And you have beer! Looks like your ready!
First time pulling the trans out if the s10 since it's makeover..... It literally took me like, 1.5-1.75 hours to get out. Previously with the IFS and front diff and stockish ride height, took me all of 8 hours to remove it.
Wow what a change.
Anyway, trans is out, I'm gonna rebuild it with another 4l60e I have, piece together one good trans using the hard parts between the 2.
I'll replace clutches, seals and bearings with new parts, everything else will probably be reused. This time around will be really low budget, for the sake of time.
No more carnage daddy!
Forward gear and planatary are deceased.
This is why we can't have nice things. Get good and practiced on transmissions so you you can help me when the time comes. Knock on wood.
Yeah, I'm no expert by any means, I have experience here and there with automatic transmissions.
Thankfully, any questions I feel like I reach a dead end on, I have a friend down the road that builds them for a living, so I can ask him..
I try to completely avoid asking him though because I want to learn for myself.
So there is good, not blown up parts.
First pic is blown up planatary next to a good one
2nd pic forward input sprauge, good on the left, bad on the right.
Finally got around to building my trans back yesterday night.
I believe this would be my third gear clutch stack.
As you can see in the first pic, on the left is normally worn clutch, on the right is the entire stack from the trans for 3rd that wore all the friction material off And was just bare metal on metal. It got HOT AS SHIT there.
Second pic is comparison of thickness.
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