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... I’m not breaking any hearts putting a Chevy in it ...
Evan, ‘83 which I know is not ideal but it avoids emissions too,
Evan, ‘83 which I know is not ideal but it avoids emissions too, and I have a tbi 350 looking for a home. It’s a little rusty but nothing critical, the transmission leak seems to have protected a lot of the frame and brake/fuel lines. Since it’s rusty I’m not breaking any hearts putting a Chevy in it and sawzalling the fenders to clear 37’s
With stock street tires, a 100-series does ok. Add some larger/heavier tires, sliders, bumpers, and it could use a few more ponies for getting out of its own way. But it sure beats the hell out of the 60 I used to have.Evan - a stock 80 is almost a traffic hazard with the mighty 1FZFE.....
He 'n I should compare notes... I have a carbed 350 with a 700R4 and the suburban with a 350, TBI and TH400. I also have a stand alone GM TBI brain and harness for V6 or V8. Hmm what should I do?Congratulations, Grant!! Now you and Todd can swap stories... he picked up two to fiddle with.
Using the the Auto with either motor pushes the tcase rearward, lengthening the front shaft to the point that I think it’d be vulnerable and as mentioned, increasing the rear angles... this is probably what I’ll do and just deal with the angles, unless I can sell/trade the 700r4 and th400 for a NV4500. I’d way rather have a stick than an auto but hard to beat the tranny I already have vs. hunting one down.Why not the 350TBI/700R4 and the LC transfer?