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04-27-2010 04:06 AM
i6pwr
First time tranny rebuild, special tools

Seems to be a regular topic with these 4L60's, and I would like to get some tips on what to use in place of these high-dollar special tools.

I understand some of the tools are a necessity, but as far as not having to purchase as many tools as I can for possibly a one-time thing..or at least very few times.

I can probably rent a few of them, but for teflon seals, bushing drivers, etc...which ones MUST I use and which ones have had homemade tools used with sucess?

I want to do it right, but hard to throw down $800 in tools for a one-time use.

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