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Lugnutz Offline OP
Here’s a video I made. I show how to install a Jeep input shaft in an S10 T5 transmission.JEEP SHAFT SWAP VIDEO []
The video is 30 minutes because I tried to include all of the subtle details involved.
The video shows a world class 1993 S10 T5 transmission (which requires exchanging the fiber lined synchronizer for a brass synchronizer ring). The same basic procedure is done for 1992 and earlier S10 T5 transmissions which are non-world-class with brass synchronizers.

Last edited by Lugnutz; Tue Oct 11 2022 03:01 PM.
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Thanks a bunch for posting this!!! thumbs_up

It is on my future to-do list for my '91 T5 going into '51 3100.

Am sure this will be a benefit to all getting into the T5 swaps.

Thanks again!!! chug


1951 Chevy 3 window 3100 (My Grandpa's hunting truck)
1966 Chevelle (Wife's Hot Rod)
2013 Chevy Silverado (Current daily driver)
US Army MSG Retired (1977-1998)
Com Fac Maint Lead Tech Retired (1998-2021)

Finely time to get to work on my Grandpa's (now mine) truck!
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I wish I had the time to experiment with all the stuff that other people do. So thankful for people like you.

1966 C-10 Step Side. 283, 4spd, 3.73 gear. 60K miles prior to restoration. 507 Paint Code. Currently in 10,000 pieces.
Transmission is done! Rear Suspension is done! Wheels are done! Bed bodywork is done! Soon to order a 383 crate.

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