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2WD Transmission in a 4WD

I found a good low mileage automatic transmission out of a 05 F-350 2 wheel drive truck. My automatic 05 F-350 is a 4x4 and I was curious if it will work in my truck. Seems all I would have to do is put the transfer case on the 2WD transmission. Anybody know if its possible ? Right now I'm having the 3/5 flare shift problem.

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Anybody have a clue if it can be done ?

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Depends if the 2wd tranny has the nose cone or the 4wd style tranny with the yoke bolted on. I swapped my truck from 2wd to 4wd, I used the my same tranny. Post a picture of the 2wd tranny and I can tell you.

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Can't get the picture to post, But it does have 4wd style with the yoke bolted on. So basically, I just need to swap the end housings.

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Just to on the safe side I have a picture of the transmission.
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It is the same as mine. unbolt the yoke,slide off the yoke and install the transfercase. It is that easy.

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Swap the tail housings and output shafts. Pretty easy to do.
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Swap the tail housings and output shafts. Pretty easy to do.
No need to on the tranny he posted. It is 4wd tranny with a flange bolted on.

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mabey try the modified direct clutch solenoid before you swap tranis its worked for mine for 50000 km so far and still shifts firm . also unhooking the battries for an hr and reset the keep alive memory and do the relearn procedure along with a good flush and filter change ........

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Here is a shot of the transmission with the NP271 attached. It sure looks like you can just bolt it on.



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