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:agree2::agree2: This is sweet. Thank you very much
 

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Great post, thank you.
 

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that's awesome
 

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:yourock: !!!!!!!!!!!:wave:

even with all those pics im still scared to touch anything in my tranny :eek:hno: but at least i no more about whats actually in there now
 

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thank you BAXY!
 

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fixed the pictures
 

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Baxy: We're not worthy!:worthy: Thanks sooo much for doing this... I guess I will be doing this soon too! You and some others on here like Cerebrium make it "do-able"! Thanks!:thumbsup:
 

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That's a lot of pics lol. Thanks for takin the time.
 

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Very good write-up. :thumbsup: One question though... Why not do a upgraded write-up. Things like thinner reaction plates in the front and rear drums allowing for more clutches or a billet kickdown cover or 4.2:1 band lever... Most people are interested in how to upgrade one of these transmissions. Stock is OK but upgrading is the .
 

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That selective washer on the back of the input shaft is backwards.... the 3 tanged washer goes on the input and the steel circular washer goes on the intermediate shaft.
 

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That selective washer on the back of the input shaft is backwards.... the 3 tanged washer goes on the input and the steel circular washer goes on the intermediate shaft.
i can see why he did it that way. the lubing slot on the intermediate shaft

not sure why it wouldn't be
 

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That selective washer on the back of the input shaft is backwards.... the 3 tanged washer goes on the input and the steel circular washer goes on the intermediate shaft.
Actually neither washer is selective . That is a washer from a superior technologies endplay kit and it's in the right spot

The hardened race for the three tang washer your thinking of is in place on the intermediate shaft
 

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Would be pretty sweet if the pics actually showed up (y)
 

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I've seen trucks running stock power got 500,000 plus kilometers
I agree.. I have 391,000 miles on my stock 48re. Regular fluid changes & band adjustments and I dont run it hard.

Had a power puck for years, just went to an EFI live tune from Optimal Welding.
 
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