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Old 10-29-2007, 05:03 PM
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OP I am curious about the "screw" you are talking about in the accum. I have seen 2 pistons in the accum with no spring, a set screw in the feed hole and conduit for a spring lol did they block the accumulator?

Jake may want to edit the part where you said to reconfigure the "servo" like the shop said I think you meant accumulator.
Good catch.

I think he is saying the builder did put a set screw in the 1-2 accum housing.
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lol well I bet he does have a hard 1-2 that would explain it being 2nd only and not a pressure issue good thing he doesnt have a better than sex servo to go along with it or he would have a broken band to
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btw maybe I have been a little pissy in this I am just tired I have a 47re that i have neen getting my but kicked on and I am just tired lol. lost lube to the rear and ate up the OD unit the I shaft, support, rear planet....gotta give credit to the old 727 though this thing has over 100k on it nad the clutches looked new and he pulls an offshore race boat with it. I hate the OD unit in those things thay are a *****
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from the write up this kinda sounds like a Monster transmission
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Old 10-29-2007, 06:26 PM
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interesting that I figured on two items in this thread....

1. a set screw of some type was probably in the acc feed hole.

2. a bunch of "responses" would be posted.


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which part is the problem? The spline alignment for the shaft or ??

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look at post #5
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Old 10-29-2007, 06:32 PM
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look at post #5

I read that post.

performabuilt2......one thing you will learn around here is:

I read ALL the posts before I open my mouth.


although I did not read the list of parts for the fellow's trans since that is an unimportant item.
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yeah lol dont have the tool i dont mess with chrysler too much but doing this for a friend so i cut the torn I shaft and used it and very unsafley used a shop press to compress the vehicle spring in it lol
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yeah lol dont have the tool i dont mess with chrysler too much but doing this for a friend so i cut the torn I shaft and used it and very unsafley used a shop press to compress the vehicle spring in it lol

the 'tool' sold for the spline alignment sucks. A cut off OEM shaft works waaay better. Leave the shaft in the OD unit till just before the install. Those dang splines move on their own!

make sure the spring is good / not over heated IF lube was lost. the spring design is a stoopid one IMHO

Check ALL the lube holes for debris / clogs

I imagine you know this stuff, I just posted it for every body to read since I got the thread off topic.
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i belive the converter came apart and filed the cooler up and lost lube to the rear. I have to say I would like to put a 47 in my f-body lol that thing is strong the OD lutches you could still read the writing oh yeah the spring was good he is a smart guy and when he felt the least bit of trouble he stopped driving it so it really wasnt that bad the support had no bushing left the reverse drum was shot sprag was rolled and i shaft scored
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Hey 1Chevelle that sounds alot like the tranny i had built for my 88 caprice last year. I dont know all the specs on it but i know it has a shift kit and the corvette servo in it. And it too shifts really hard on the 1-2 but i LIKE it like i said i have it in a caprice so its a heavier car but it also has the stock motor in it. Atleast for now
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