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Old 12-30-2011, 07:23 PM
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will a 2000 5speed fit in a 97 obs ?

i have a 97 4x4 and can get a donor truck 2000 psd can I swap the transmissions?
will a 94 non turbo 4x2 fit if i use my transfer case?
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Old 12-30-2011, 07:49 PM
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You have several issues to contend with. The manual transmission in the 2000 is a ZF6, the 94 and 97 have a ZF5 with the 94 possibly having a older ZF5 rated for lower power. As long as you stick with a diesel, the transmissions will bolt up but the ZF6 is taller so be prepared for some work modifying the floor hump. 4x4 and 4x2 are not interchangeable, the output is completely different.
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Did early 99 trucks come with the 6 speed too? 4x4 tranny needed in order to bolt of transfer case
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Could change the output shaft, but that's a big can of worms in its own, the zf6 will work but your gonna need the floor hump from the doner as well
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i belive a floor hump out of a zf5 OBS will work, i thought thats what that guy did on here..

i thought some 2000s came with zf5???
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I think some of the early SD's with gas motors had 5 speeds but I have never heard of a diesel SD with a ZF5. The floor hump on the OBS are all the same.
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The floor hump on the OBS are all the same.
im not so positive on that... but you have proved me worng on here b4 so i will look into it further b4 i open my big mouth
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