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ROBO
03-10-2003, 05:26 AM
well i work in a tranny shop.. things are slow so i thought there might be a few here that could use some expertise....i can suply, fix and service for ya ....back door deals....shift kits coolers etc.pm me and let me know, can also get good deals on clutches too

IF YOU CANT DODGE IT!
RAM IT!

torquepower
03-10-2003, 08:06 AM
I'm interested in knowing how much it would be to rebuild a 4L80e in a 94 cube van. Its not cooked yet, starting make noises.

K1500

lubeman
03-10-2003, 06:11 PM
Jeremy,give me a price on rebuilding a T5 trans. and 300 transfer case out of my jeep if you can.(86,CJ7)

BOB MURPHY

ROBO
03-11-2003, 05:41 AM
ok i guess more info is needed here, if you have a tranny problum and think you need it overhauled, i like too base priceing on your unit, only replace whats broken, seals and gaskets, clutches etc. so it realy depends on the state of your trannie and the model, keep in mind that electronicly controled are alot more expensive than the older ones.i have worked in a tranny shop for about 6 years now and seen just about everything.
i know mony is tight now adays so i try too keep things as cheep as i can but remember if you break certian parts, they can get up there in price fast!!

IF YOU CANT DODGE IT!
RAM IT!

imported_n/a
03-11-2003, 08:31 AM
I have got a TF-727 tranny in a 74 Dodge W-100 with a 360 V8 and a divorced NP-205 t-case. It shifts into D really late. My axle gearing is also 7.56:1(not a typo) and I really need an over drive now. Any ideas on what I should do? I want to keep it a non electronic auto tranny.

Whiplash
03-11-2003, 09:30 PM
can you get B&M tranny coolers???

85 toy with a few mods

ROBO
03-13-2003, 05:08 AM
yes, but for the price you better off too get the self regutating one,work just as good and 1/2 the price.

IF YOU CANT DODGE IT!
RAM IT!

ROBO
03-13-2003, 05:10 AM
modge...first off make shure the fluid level is up , then adjust the throttle pressuer with someone who knows how, i had the same trouble with my 727tf, it took a few trys too get the shift just right, theses are a very tough tranny but stay very far away from the electronic ones.

IF YOU CANT DODGE IT!
RAM IT!

imported_n/a
03-13-2003, 09:03 AM
Thanks for the info. I have checked the fluid and it is good. I will try the other. I have heard that the 727 tranny is really tough from many people now. Mine is the pre-electronic one. I only wish it had an overdrive. With 7.56 gears in my axles, the RPM is nasty.[b]

imported_n/a
03-16-2003, 11:47 PM
ROBO, buddy, pal, ol'friend, looking for a unipattern Hydramatic 350 core and lockup TH350 core??

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