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will a 93 t56 tranny fit in a 99?

This is a discussion on will a 93 t56 tranny fit in a 99? within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; i have a 99 z28 and was wondering if i could put a tranny out of a 93 in there...

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    will a 93 t56 tranny fit in a 99?

    i have a 99 z28 and was wondering if i could put a tranny out of a 93 in there

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    no

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    oh ok thanks i thought all t56s were the same

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    Gimme a sec and I'll find you a link to the info and the actual differences

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    ok, well 94-97 have one housing and 98-02 have a different housing, and 93 is a loner and isn't interchangable with any

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    ok cuz i have a t56 from a 99 but its been a nightmare for me, started off with 3rd grinding at WOT and high rpm, then 5th and eventually 6th, took it to a guy and he didnt fix it all he did was change the synchro rings, i dont know what would be best if i try taking it to an actual shop or just getting a rebuilt or used one, and if i get like a 97 can i change the housing from my 99 if thats even possible, and if not any suggestions on what i should do would be greatly appreaciated

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    You should stick to a 98-02 tranny. Synchro rings won't fix it at all, you'll need new springs and hub spacers by the sound of it. It is a very simple fix, I've done it once and we had it done once on another guys car, we bought a kit for 350 bucks and pulled the tranny ourself, then a shop did the work for 300 bucks since they didn't have to pull the tranny or supply parts

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    i know this might be a dumb question but if i was to replace each synchro and perhaps the forks and buy the rebuilt kit should it work like it did when i first got the car

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    just a full rebuild kit should do that for you

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    my 97 had 178,000 when I sold it and shifted like a dream, we went through it all at about 170,000. It shifted very well before that anyways though, 2nd wouldn't sync and that was it. Afterwards it was GREAT though

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