I always upgrade to the 85 up squarebody arms. They have the end that sticks out at 90 degrees. If you don't want the arm mounted squirters, they come off easily.
Also, some people use longer blades...
This does have to do with being a military vehicle. MSRP is available for most vehicles. The DMV people can't find it for Military vehicles.
This is not just about sales tax. They will charge that (use tax), gross vehicle weight tax and in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties they will charge...
I've registered 3 CUCVs in WA. They all went through ok. It's not the state, it's King county. They are going to tax you on a fairy tale depreciated MSRP for the Sound Transit scam.
Based on the NIIN on the door jamb, you get get the original price to the government. PM me if you want help.
Thanks! You are giving me hope that I can do this for a lot less than I was expecting. I need to get both transmissions here and next to each other. That will answer the rest of my questions.
I will have a 4L80E to NP241 (driver drop for the 1993) adapter if that would help you with your swap...
I didn't understand what you meant the first time, please excuse my thick skull.
This thread on pirate gives me some ideas:
No progress yet. I'm thinking I will build the transmission to t case adapter. I haven't picked up the trans yet but once I get the TH400 and the 4L80E next to each other with their respective adapters, I can start making chips on the mill.
I just bought a 1986 M1031 from Gov liquidation. I'm new to this truck, but I've had quite a few 1973-87 Chevy's in the past and even had a M1009 for a few months.
My truck has the TH400 and NP205 of course but doesn't look like it ever had a PTO or the associated governor on it. Whatever box...
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