you can if you change or swap the output shaft and remove the tail housing.
the inspection cover is also different on the 2wd vs the 4wd and will not give the added strength when bolted on like the 4wd does.
Change the tail shaft of the tranismission from a 4WD tail shaft to a 2WD tail shaft and use a 2WD tail housing.... The 4WD transmissions has shorter tail shafts and tail hounsing, while the 2WD has a longer tail shaft and tail hounsing.
No. The 2wd and 4wd trans cases are compleatly different.
Same year, same 2wd or 4wd, then yes
All three major NASCAR Series use rear-wheel drive setups.
1997 2 wd and 4wd both use the same size wheels. later models and bigger pickups have different sizes no 4wd use 17" and 2 wd use 16"
Yes.If you took a RWD truck and turned it into a 4WD, it would consume more gas from the added weight as well as the added friction from the extra parts.
Yes. In general. Though driving 55 mph on the highway with 4WD will use less than driving 75 mph on 2WD.
It is listed on the driver's door post. Chevrolet equips your vehicle with more than one possible size during production. If it is 2WD and equipped with 14" wheels use: 195/75-14 If it is 2WD and equipped with 15" wheels use: 215/65-15 If it is 4WD use: 205/75-15 Some 4WD also came with 235/75-15
Yes you will need to strip it to the block and use all the 97 sensors and parts tho
Full time 4wd will use more fuel than 2wd.
The th400 is a much stronger transmission meant for heavy duty use while the th350 is meant for normal use.