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CAN I USE A 4 WHEEL DRIVE TRANSMISSION ON A 2 WHEEL DRIVE TRANSMISSION IF I CHANGE THE TAIL SHAFT

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If its the exact same transmission, BUT you have to completely disassemble trans to remove snap ring that holds shaft in

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