Question about GMC Sierra 2500
You did not say if you are puting this in a car or truck. Assuming you are working with a car I would recommend a "World Class" T-5 Transmission. If you can get your hands on a Ford Mustang unit and have the input shaft changed to the GM type you will have a good strong unit. Check for slack in gears and free play in shafts. If the unit has a lot of miles it is recommended that you have it "refreshed" by a reputable shop. Also I recommend a Steeda or Pro 5.0 shifter with adjustable shift stops set at .030" after it is installed to insulate you from tearing out clutches during those adrenalin shifts. 3.7 quarts of automatic transmission fluid for the fill.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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