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4L60E transmission My trans is dust, out of a 1993 chevy 1/2 ton 5.7 motor 4x4. I have a trans out of a 1995 1/2 ton Suburban its not 4x4, i went to change out but the end piece (where driveline goes to) is much longer in the suburbans what can i do?

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Rebuild the original, a 95 wont and cant work, and it a 2 wheel drive if the shaft is too long... www.TransmissionGarage.com

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