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Old 02-04-2020, 03:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What was the RRO Code for the 4x4 700r4 in 1982 and did they come with/use Inspection plate covers with the 6.2Ls?

Still looking for the replacement front dust shields on my 1/2 Ton 4x4... Can only find for 2WD
I also need some photo's on how the CDR Mounts on the Early 82-84 6.2Ls cannot find any images online...

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The cover you are looking for looks like this





My 87 K20 has a 700r4 in it, I could get more pics if you need them.
I don't think this cover changed at all through the years.


Also on the CDR they all mounted in the same spot on the squarebodies.


This video shows where it is located



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The cover you are looking for looks like this





My 87 K20 has a 700r4 in it, I could get more pics if you need them.
I don't think this cover changed at all through the years.


Also on the CDR they all mounted in the same spot on the squarebodies.


This video shows where it is located

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Thanks. I will still ask my 6.2L Guru friend if it's true lol
I wonder if the gasoline are the same? it's all i can find...
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Thanks. I will still ask my 6.2L Guru friend if it's true lol
I wonder if the gasoline are the same? it's all i can find...

You might have to grind some clearance on a gasser one because the Diesel starter nose is bigger.
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You might have to grind some clearance on a gasser one because the Diesel starter nose is bigger.
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What was the RRO Code for the 4x4 700r4 in 1982 and did they come with/use Inspection plate covers with the 6.2Ls?

Still looking for the replacement front dust shields on my 1/2 Ton 4x4... Can only find for 2WD
I also need some photo's on how the CDR Mounts on the Early 82-84 6.2Ls cannot find any images online...
A childhood friend of mine had a 80 lemans with a 231 v6. I also had a 85 cutlass sup 4 door with the 3.8 231. Those engines were great we used to race if you could call it that. If you could manipulate the gears by manually shifting you may be the winner. They were always close. Also had a 87 regal limited for about 7 years with the 231. Never an issue with that car except the bumper being chained up and the gas tank being held up by 1" ratchets. Didnt change the oil for probably 5 years just add now and again and change the filter every so often. They were great cars.
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A childhood friend of mine had a 80 lemans with a 231 v6. I also had a 85 cutlass sup 4 door with the 3.8 231. Those engines were great we used to race if you could call it that. If you could manipulate the gears by manually shifting you may be the winner. They were always close. Also had a 87 regal limited for about 7 years with the 231. Never an issue with that car except the bumper being chained up and the gas tank being held up by 1" ratchets. Didnt change the oil for probably 5 years just add now and again and change the filter every so often. They were great cars.
Yes they are underrated by a lot of people who call them "Pos engines" They must've never owned a 6.2L neither then if they can't tolerate the lack of HP & Speed. Just how she goes.

They are amazing cars, Sadly Forgotten & Left to Rot by many people.
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