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Will a 6 speed tranny listed for a '89 thru '96 fit an '85.

I have a 4+3 tranny with 35K on it. I think its shot. Can I put a 6 spd in without a lot of modifications or am I better off rebuilding the 4+3?

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Dude that tranny is a classic my brother has one while I have the automatic.if you have a stock 35000 mile AND THE TRANNY IS FINE,I WOULDN NOT SCREW WITH IT.i HEAR IT IS EASEIR TO DROP AN AUTOMATIC OF THE SAME YEAR.I BELIEF YOU MAY HAVE TO CHANGE ALL THREE SHAFTSAND ADD MOUNTS TO MAKE IT WORK

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