Sometimes the answers are not always online.sleeper said:thanx six, i have the hardest time ever finding anything online... i've spent hours and hours looking through pages, but i can't ever seem to find my answers
but, but, but, the whole world is online lol.Six_Shooter said:
There are, I just don't recall what they are for sure. I believe you can tell by the slave cylinder, or rather that the NVG (I believe it was all and only the NVG) that used the hydraulic throw out bearing.sleeper said:how do you tell a muncie and a nvg apart? are there any tell tale signs between the 2 visually?
Brad actually posted a sticky in repair that lists the external physical differences between the two. I think the bolt pattern/count on the driver's side of the case is slightly different between them..sleeper said:how do you tell a muncie and a nvg apart? are there any tell tale signs between the 2 visually?
imo, no deal. Complete 4 cyl J's can be found for less than $200 for parts only. Maybe $125 if, and only if, I was allowed to 1) drive the car and check trans condition first, and 2) get all the additional parts needed for the 5 speed swap (correct RH axle for Isuzu trans, shifter, clutch pedal, clutch & etc will add up to a substantial amount more $$)..say i found a 5 spd out of a 1993 2.0L 4 cyl with about 115000 on it.....i wanna do the 5 spd swap....the guy wants $175 for it......deal or no deal?