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Old 12-02-2010, 06:08 AM
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borg warner trans id info needed

I have a borg warner would like some info vin# 2cl5 34574. 8-17-81. Casting # 1304 065903. W.G. div. Fpc4

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Thats a late T10 case.

As to whats inside it for ratios, I have no idea.

What we do here at work is open the side cover and count the teeth on the input and cluster gear.

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http://autogear.net/pdf/T10Catalog/WG_T10.pdf
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You can mark the iput shaft and output shaft, shift it into 1 st gear and turn the input shaft and count how many turns to get one complete revolution on the output shaft. not as dirty. One thing we used to do, especially on the T 85 which shares basic design and parts was to replace the detent spring with a solid piece of 1/4 inch drill rod or shaft of a broken drill bit. the inertia of moving parts when fast power shifting could move parts past the normal stopping points, you depended on a spring loaded ball to stop everything in the right place. WE removed the side cover and outside shift arms and measured the space between the balls then cut the rod a little bit longer, reassembled with the rod in place of the spring and did a trial fit and slowly removed a little bit on the end of the rod until you could reinstall the inner piece. and shift with out binding. another thing we used to do was add more roller bearings inside the cluster and cut down the spacer tube. I don't know if it helped that much put the local racing trans expert told us to do it, he said the cluster gear needed more support in the center.

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Very nicely done. The reason we recommend counting teeth is that our catalog references tooth counts to help people identify parts on the bench.

Good luck with your search.
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