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Thread: 4x4 Jimmy 5 Speed Swap

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    Oct 2010

    Lightbulb 4x4 Jimmy 5 Speed Swap

    Hello Blazin Low Forum Users!
    i'm fairly new to the forums but have a intriguing question for all of you, and i'd like an opinon on it. I have a 1998 GMC Jimmy. Its the 4.3 Vortec. I've been thinking for a while about doing a 5-speed swap on it. Curious on how to do that? I've been looking through google and through certain forums and haven't been able to find a damn thing! Its 4 wheel drive, but the 4wd doesnt work, so i'm not to worried about if i had to do a 4wd delete. But if i could fix it in the process of making my 4 door 1998 GMC Jimmy Automatic :evil: into a 5 speed, that would be great.
    Any Ideas?

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    Nov 2002
    Lyndon, Kansas
    i think your biggest obstical is the fact that you will need a manual tune on your ecm.. i have no idea how far your wanting to dive into this.... But there is 4.3 vortec, 5spd, 4wd s-series trucks out there so the parts are there....

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    Registered User Teagro's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Good luck I have been trying to track down a 5LM60 4x4 manual trans with no luck.

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    May 2004
    Lake St. Louis
    you must not be looking hard enough

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