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eBay TH350 rebuild input

Discussion in 'eBay' started by northcreek, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. northcreek

    northcreek Well-Known Member

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  2. northcreek

    northcreek Well-Known Member

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    Too old...eh ! :undecided:
     
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    Mooseman Moderator

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    I don't think it's that. I think we just just have enough experience (if any) experience in rebuilding tranny's to be able to comment.

    But, since it's used only for plow work, would it really make a difference if you get premium parts? Or maybe it does since it's a workhorse.
     
  4. northcreek

    northcreek Well-Known Member

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    I ended up ordering the next best(stage 4) kit. I did one of these years ago and they are a pretty straight forward tranny requiring no special tools.
    I'm converting it from a 465 gear box to auto, mostly as a fun project that has no deadline.BTW it's 87 Samurai sitting on a shortened 77 Blazer chassis.
     
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    Tiggerr Gold Supporter

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    Now THATS different! :popcorn:
    Pics or it never happened lol
     
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  6. northcreek

    northcreek Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I'll have to dig up some pics...
     
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    :popcorn::pictures:
     
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    northcreek Well-Known Member

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    Cool truck!

    The Alto parts are supposed to be bulletproof, from everything that I've read. So if the stage 4 kit contains them as well, you should be in good shape.
     
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