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Old 12-13-2010, 08:50 PM
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Thanks for the reply.
Its not a matter of learning on a tranny for me. Just keeping the yukon going strong for 4 or 5 more years at least.

Man my biggest issue it lack of access to anything; books, tools, knowledge, and helping hands. With this "one hand tied behind my back" I have a gut feeling it will be a challenge, a really big challenge. Hay I like a challenge !!, but i don't want to bit of more then i can chew.
Doing a tranny, this is a new thing, and i will be traveling into the world of the unknown.Some type of reference point would be really helpful for DIY'ers like me.
For example
Level of complexity -( 1-10 most complex)
range of tools needed -(1-10 complete range of general and specialist tools)
Skill level required - (1-10 high level of skill)
Time required in total - (hours)
Success rate of backyard DIY 4L60/e rebuilds - (%)
Main problems of rebuild failures -(parts, kits, errors etc)

Calling on those with experience ( good and bad ) to help us DIY'ers out here, it would be a really useful thread if we could get a clear insight into the tranny rebuild world.

Old yukon
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