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Old 07-20-2013, 03:26 AM   #1
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Bell housings interchangeable?

Ok I have a w56e in my truck.. The bearings are going bad on me (5th gear whine on and off the gas).. I found a w56c for a $100 with 44,000 on it.. Does anyone know if the bellhousing from the w56e would fit the w56c.. I really don't want to have to rebuild that w56e at this moment... Thank you for any help with this.
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Old 07-20-2013, 03:51 AM   #2
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A W is a W, should be fine.
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The reason I ask is because the w56c is from a 91.. And the w56e is out of a 94... the 91 uses a smaller clutch and pressure plate..plus he didn't give me the bell housing with the trans(w56c(91) lol bit he gave me an extra gear driven transfercase lol
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rok nailed it. R series block to W series transmission bellhousing is what your looking for...and you have it.
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Just for my own information. All R blocks will mate to all W transmissions

If so that handy to know thanks
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