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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-25-2005, 02:48 AM Thread Starter
 
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Rebuild Kits

So I've got my 4wd shaft and the guts from the cracked 4wd case (spares)

And a complete 2wd case that I havent disasembled yet..

Just had a question about the Borg-Warner rebuild kits for th350s...

I disasembled the 4wd case fairly easily without any instructions, so im fairly aptute at following instructions/figuring stuff out..

Does the B-W rebuild kit come wiht an instruction sheet? is it comprehensive?

Do I NEED to get a video deal for the rebuild? A book? I'd probably have to order that stuff in, so I'd prefer not to (1 day - 2 weeks for NAPA to get it)

I wana do this right, but I want to get on with it. Tired of waiting.
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Re: Rebuild Kits

Here

I had great luck with there THM-400 manual. Just hit "Download" under "Delivery Method" and you will have it in about 5 minutes.

The kit dosen't come with anything.
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Bleh.

So I went into NAPA and they don't sell rebuild kits.. this is the one thing I thought they would have.

Lordco doesn't have it either, but they're pretty useless.

So I started calling up the auto-trans places around here, and I'm being quoted $280 just for a rebuild kit... $550 if I drag the transmission in there and have them do it.

I was really looking forward to doing this myself, but $280 just for the parts?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayIS...sspagename=WDVW

Is that the kind of kit im looking for, because that's a whole lot under $280.

This one is the one i wanted to get originally.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayIS...sspagename=WDVW

Anyone have any insight on this? For $280 its not worth me farking it up.. i might as well dish out the $250 more.. but i wanted to do this myself, make sure i sealed it up tight, and ensure its not going to die when I look at water.

I don't know rebuild kits.. so is the second one there comprehensive? Ive got a 2wd thats still complete.. and a 4wd shaft that I want to swap in.

What do you guys think? I don't mind ordering from ebay, even though I'm going to get stung on shipping, but its better Canada Customs gets $40 instead of the local rip off transmission place getting $200
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Re: Rebuild Kits

JCwhitney has transmission rebuild kits and the manual. But, you'd have to call 'em to get the price.

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Re: Rebuild Kits

For the record:

TH350 Master rebuild, clutches, rings, steels, filter, bushings, seals, gaskets and rubber.
$89.99 USD


One of the e-bay vendors said he was going to try to get the rebuild video thing in for me.

Looks like I'm buying international again. I really hate how the local companies preach how we should all buy local, but then they charge 5 times more for an item.
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Re: Rebuild Kits

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I really hate how the local companies preach how we should all buy local, but then they charge 5 times more for an item.

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When we loose our manufacturing base, that's what happens... everything is imported and that adds many taxes to the product. I not only want to buy local, but I would like it to be produced as locally as possible.

When a country looses it's manufacturing base and transfers to the "information society" it just becomes slaves to those who do produce.

God help us all.
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