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Where can I get a remanufactured 4L80E transmission?

Where can I get a remanufactured 4L80E transmission?

We provide an out-the-door price, with shipping, for a replacement remanufactured 4L80E transmission direct to the repair shop. At Street Smart, we provide remanufactured transmissions shipped factory direct at wholesale prices to save you money.

How much torque does a GMC 4L80E transmission have?

Also, the 4L80E performance transmission was designed for cars up to 16,500 lbs GVWR with towing capacity up to 22,000 LBS, and whose engine is up to 440 ft. lbs. (597 N·m) of torque. Some cars that used the 4L80E transmission include Chevrolet/GMC pickups, commercial vehicles, and vans.

What kind of engine is the 4L80E used for?

The 4L80E was designed to be used in the duty range of the 4L60E and the Allison series transmissions – these were transmissions the TH400 had already found use cases in. On the other hand, the 4L80E became more popular in Big Block gas and diesel engines given that Allison transmissions were used in medium-duty class (4000 series) trucks.

When did the GMC 4L85 transmission come out?

The 4L85 transmission was introduced in 2002. Some of the differences included a 5-pinion output gearset and 5-pinion reaction gearset. Though not a transmission development change, in 2006 GM specified a new transmission fluid formulation and required its use (for warranty) in the 4L80 series.

When did the GM 4L80E transmission come out?

Despite its name, the 4L80E is not an upgrade to its GM counterparts. Introduced alongside the original 4L60 in the early 1990’s the 4L80E was designed for large trucks and is designed as a heavy duty unit, rather than a transmission for smaller cars or even some pickups.

What kind of overdrive does a 4L80E have?

It was the need for an overdrive transmission that was the ultimate reasoning behind retiring the TH400 transmission. Having identical ratios, the exception of the 4L80 was that it has a 0.75:1 overdrive used for 3/4 and 1 ton pickup trucks that have either a 6.2L or 6.5L diesel engine.

Do you need a core deposit for a 4L80E transmission?

If you are not completely satisfied with your transmission when it arrives, send it back for a full refund. Our 4L80E is the functional and visual equivalent of a new transmission. If for any reason it does not meet this description we want it back. No Core Deposit. We do not charge a core deposit.

What kind of case does a GM 4L80E have?

Like the other GM automatics, the 4L80E featured a die-cast aluminum case. Unlike the later 4L60E transmission, the 4L80E did not feature a removable bellhousing, but an integrated bellhousing with only the Chevrolet 90 degree engine bolt pattern being available.

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