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I doubt it. Most of the time the truck trans has the mounts in a different place and the tail shaft is a different size. A trans shop or a salvage yard should be able to tell you for sure. Salvage yards have interchange info.
WELL JUNK YARD WILL PICK UP VECHICLE HAUL IT AWAY ON FLAT BED.THEY WILL PAY YOU FOR VECHICLE.THE SALVAGE YARD WILL REMOVE THE GAS AND FUEL TANK. THE SALVAGE YARD WILL REMOVE FUEL TANKS BEFORE THEY CRUSH THE VECHICLE.
What you can do is go to a salvage yard and pull one off a used vehicle.Sometimes it`s hard to find old parts but if you can find a good salvage yard that still has older vehicles it can be very rewarding.I do this a lot when I work on older vehicles and can`t get parts for them.You can try calling a few parts stores just in case they might have one before you go out to the salvage yard.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Try the Salvage yard, you can get then around $45.00 each if you pull the parts your self. Call around though, different Salvage Yards have different price and will always try to beat the price of another Salvage yard. They pull parts for you too if you don't fell like getting your hands dirty twice. Good luck.
Hello there: i would suggest going to you local salvage yard and see if they have one there for you. I have a 98 caprice classic that i changed the motor in i paid 100 dollars for it at our local salvage yard with 34,589 miles on it and here it is 2009 and this car is still running strong ok? I hope that this is very helpful for you. Best regards michael