I found a Eaton Fuller Road Ranger 10-speed transmission with FRO-11210C.
2-inch input shaft. 1760 output yoke. What else would i need to do for my truck to put this on? Just curious. Thank you, Andrew
What bellhousing does it have? I have an industrial 5.9 that I'm putting in my truck and it has a massive Eaton 6 speed behind it. The bell housing adaptor might be what you need, and I don't know about the input shaft yet. When I break it apart here in a couple weeks I can let you know if it would work to couple your trans. As for driveline, you are going to need a divorced transfer case if you are running four wheel drive and likely a special jackshaft or coupler between the tranny and t-case. If you use a divorced NP205, you likely won't need much more except shorten the rear shaft and lengthen the front.
ok that would be awesome, and i will look at it more. also would a 92 transmission work in mine?
Transfer case would drop on the wrong side, and you'd need at adapter bellhousing or '89-'93 backing plate to work with the Getrag bellhousing. You'll also need to find a pedal and clutch hydro setup to put in your truck.
Now that I think about it, I agree with tater...you're gonna need a lot
I hope that you are a very good mechanic or at least know one that is a semi trans not for pickups. You though that your trans cost a lot to get worked on that is a lot more costly but any thing can be done go for it have fun.