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Username Post: 2002 Blazer driveline transplant        (Topic#354920)
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Loc: Edmonton,Alberta Canada
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01-20-19 08:40 PM - Post#2757833    

My son has a 2002 (I believe) blazer 4x4 with a 4.3 engine/4l60. It was written off in an accident. I believe the driveline to be intact and functional.
I also have a 1927 International truck whose engine and trans are locked solid.
I am looking at transplanting at least the blazers engine and trans into the International. The International is only 2wd, and I have no intention of turning it into a 4wd.
My questions are... do I need a whole new trans, or do I just get a different tail for it?
What other components will I need from the Blazer? I would imagine there will be a substantial amount of wiring and more than a couple control modules needed for the engine and trans to function in the International. Where are they located?
OR... should I just get a mid sixties 6cyl which need no


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01-21-19 06:05 AM - Post#2757851    
    In response to BG64SS409

To make that transmission into a 2wd version the transmission has to be disassembled to get to a clip that holds the output shaft in. The rest you mention depends on skill level and time. Nothing money can't overcome.


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