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My tansmission will go into reverse, but I have no drive.. 77 k5 transmission.... can i swap with a nother tranny buy just pulling off the tailstock 6''or 9''

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You can swap with another tranmission, but you cant just swap the tail housing..the output shaft will be a different legnth if the houshing is a different length....find one the measure the trans total lenght and match it up

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