Did you try Herm?
Be very careful buying a used fiberglass tub if it has any holes drilled in it. I once bought a "new" fiberglass tub that had a few holes for the...
That's a $100 transmission in my part of the world
Was the countershaft replaced at time of rebuild? If so my guess would be inferior quality/inferior hardness
I was under the impression some 20s had the fill in the rear while others had it on the side? I could be wrong but either way would be a good idea...
I dont mind torx fasteners..if you take a little extra time they arent hard to remove. The first thing to verify is that they are clean on the...
There is a form you can print off the gov website that will allow you to establish a realistic value. Make sure and say it needs work etc
I'm in Washougal if you ever need help
I am very familiar with Herms operation..just didnt understand what a box has to do with the quality of an overdrive?? Herm has always treated me...
what do you mean it didnt come in a factory box?
hmmm weird because I'm sure I saw the ad on craigslist this morning...I'm assuming it's the one in Clackamas?
x3 I wouldn't use that gear
I believe one side should have a large stack of shims compared to the other side.
going off memory here..the shims are used to set the preload on the bearings and there is a measurement of in and out play you want to achieve....
if it's a flare fitting no thread sealant should be needed
can the radiator be moved up? can't remember if the holes are slotted..
sounds like pressure is building up..is the gas cap venting? not familiar with how your fuel system vents
t90 stuff is so easy to find I would buy a used oem case and the parts you need. I would buy a new 2nd gear and whatever bearings seals etc you need.
I would remove one of the bolts that are currently holding the cover on and match it that way
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