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Offline nonnieselman

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« on: December 28, 2010, 12:17:29 PM »
Has anyone put a 205 behind a 4l60E?
I talked to the guys at Advanced Adapters and it comes out to $725 for their kit, but the guy told me i would be better off lookin around for a used one first to save me some money.

http://advanceadapters.com/product/4201/P/N-4L60E205.html


Thanks guys!!
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« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2010, 04:28:20 PM »
pretty sure a 205 never came behind a 4l60e! unless one of the older gm adaptors will work i think AA may be your only choice!!! If i was just going to be using like you are talking about using it i would just run the stock case that coming behind a 4l60. although the pump in the tranny is bad about vibrating against the case and creating a hole. there is an updated bracket to fix this but before you buy a case you need to make sure it case oil in it. i think this is you cheapest route. pretty sure you get a lower gear with this case over the 205. with the axles your going to run i am not sure the money would be wisely spent put the 205 in it!!

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« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2010, 01:11:33 PM »
It never come behind a 60E,, i called AA the other day and come up with $725 for the adapter kit.
I havent been able to find a newer stick shift Xcase for a decent price, i got the 205 for free so thats one reason im researching tryin to get it to work.
I have fixed and replaced the dern xcase's in the newer trucks with the holes and i dont see that problem with the 205 haha..

Samurai was free
Engine was free
4l60E was free - $110 - replaced the sunshell and 3-4 clutchs with Altos
NP205 was free -$80 for a seal and bearing kit got it back into running condition
Toy rear axle was free - gonna put new bearings in it and a posi or locker
GM 8.5 10" is free - gotta get a posi for it and shorter axles after its narrowed.

Having a hard time locating the usual parts for a easier swap but everybody thinks they are selling gold  it seems.


Havent started on anything yet except drawing this stuff out and a price list on what it should cost to get get all the parts and rebuilds to get it goin.

But i like taking everyones advice on here and other sites to get an idea as to what is better suited for the job.

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« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2011, 09:35:57 PM »
Finally found a np243. Now if i can figure out the wiring ill be good to go. Not to mention it saved me over 500 bucks.

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