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Old 04-28-2007, 08:49 PM
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Rebuilt Muncie M-20...break-in?

I just bought a rebuilt Muncie M-20 and put it in my truck, is there a break-in procedure that I have to go thru? I've taken it up and down the street a few times, taking it easy through the gears...when do you think I can start driving more "spirited" with it? Thanks in advance for any advice.
-Matt

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No breakin required, just don't let it run out of lube.

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Excellent! Thanks a lot.
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you prolly installed a new clutch too so I wouldnt thrash it until the clutch is broken in but other wise hammer it.
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