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12-19-2012 07:32 PM
dwwl If you want to rebuild the 700 tranny, i say go for it. But if you can't think ahead of what your doing and how it affects your rebuild, and what you've done behind each step, your in for an education. Keep things clean, in order and double check everthilng. Air presure check everthing as you go along and read the net for advise. I rebuilt a 200 4r and never had any experience. It was an education, but alot of fun. I didn't have any special tool, just my thinking on how to do it without the tool. Now my toy has the best of both worlds. My tranny works just great and it was so much fun, that i built a second one. I could of paid to of had it done, but i wanterd the pleasure of doing it myself, like everthing else i've done to my toy. I'm 65 years old, and IF i can do it, you can to.
12-15-2012 11:55 AM
JeffB http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/how-...r4-133906.html Get the DVD,money well spent!
12-15-2012 06:25 AM
hman17024
Transmission rebuild kit

Hopefully all the pictures uploaded this time
12-09-2012 08:59 AM
Crosley Transtec is common brand product. I use TransTec items every day at work.

I would toss the cork pan gasket out, I prefer Farpak gaskets or the brown paper equal to Farpak. They are covered in an adhesive to aid in sealing the pan
12-09-2012 06:24 AM
hman17024 Having trouble uploading the rest of the pics from my iPhone or maybe I'm doing some thing wrong
12-09-2012 06:21 AM
hman17024 It came with all the gaskets and rubber o rings 3-4 gear clutch paks ,tranny fluid filter, steel band and some other stuff I haven't looked at yet
12-09-2012 06:12 AM
SSedan64
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Originally Posted by C-10 View Post
That's known in the trade as a 'paper and rubber kit'

It's a good start..

Geezz, they charged $130 for a $30 Kit? I hope the Frictions/Steels were on the other side of that.
12-06-2012 11:03 AM
hduff
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Originally Posted by C-10 View Post
A few, yes.

Clutch piston spring compressor
Low-reverse spring compressor
Snap ring spreader pliers internal/external
Lip seal tool
Lip seal install cones
Input shaft seal sizer if applicable
Pump puller
Bushing cutter
Bushing drivers

Probably forgot a few.
Yeah, it didn't seem like a do-it-yourself job unless you have access to the right tools. Transmissions and diffs are the only two parts of the car that I pay someone else to work on and I'll probably continue that practice.
12-06-2012 10:55 AM
C-10
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Originally Posted by hman17024 View Post
I bought a rebuild kit from Advance auto parts for 130 bucks .
That's known in the trade as a 'paper and rubber kit'

It's a good start..
12-06-2012 10:52 AM
C-10
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Originally Posted by hduff View Post
I have a 700-R4 that may need some attention soon. Don't you need a few $pecial tools to work on the transmission?
A few, yes.

Clutch piston spring compressor
Low-reverse spring compressor
Snap ring spreader pliers internal/external
Lip seal tool
Lip seal install cones
Input shaft seal sizer if applicable
Pump puller
Bushing cutter
Bushing drivers

Probably forgot a few.
12-05-2012 06:14 PM
Jake_Dragon Just had mine done for me $750
12-05-2012 05:05 PM
hduff I have a 700-R4 that may need some attention soon. Don't you need a few $pecial tools to work on the transmission?
12-05-2012 05:54 AM
SSedan64 Info last Post here >> http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/700r...ml#post1619292
12-05-2012 05:51 AM
dogwater If I were you I'd take that one back an get a more compleat kit. I rebuilt mine using a kit I got from 700r4l60e. It was around 500.00. Plus if you call them they'll make you a kit based on what kind of HP you have & how you drive your car. I have alot of info. such as books an research I found on the web. And a few do's an dont's. I live not to far from you, at Medina lake. PM me if you want some help.
12-05-2012 04:53 AM
poncho62 Pro-King
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