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98 cluster swap to a 2000?

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I am sure it is on here somewhere, but I have not been able to find it. Can a 98 cluster be swapped to a 99-00? I have found going the other way and the answer was no for the whole cluster.

Can the guts be pulled and moved to the replacement cluster so it maintains the mileage and such since the faces are the same?

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You can't just swap em out.

If you want to swap te faces you can, just unscrew them as a whole and screw them back on the other cluster. GL.

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