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Can you separate the transmission from the transfer case in a 4WD 1976 Chevy pickup and use the transmission in a 2WD 1962 Chevy pickup?

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2007-04-22 14:26:07
2007-04-22 14:26:07

No. The 2wd and 4wd trans cases are compleatly different.

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