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09-10-2009 01:02 AM
C-10 Tools can be made if you have the tools to make 'em.

Good trans tools cost good money. One can save a buck or two but it's not usually worth the effort and frustration.

For starters, you'll need a metal lathe for these bushing drivers:
09-09-2009 03:43 AM
mmerlinn If you don't have the tool you need and can't buy it for whatever reason, make your own tools. I bet every transmission rebuilder in history has a box full of homemade tools. I have never rebuilt a transmission and even I have homemade tools for taking them apart.
09-08-2009 10:50 PM
Home made 700r4 transmission tools

I was reading an summary written by a guy, Bajaguy, I think was his name about making the tools that are required to rebuild a 700R4 transmission. I am about to undertake such a task and do not have these special tools. Is there any truth to what he has claimed. I can weld, grind, and cut fairly well.

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