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rebulding a c6 transmission

does anyine know where I can find some good instructions for rebuilding a
ford c6 transmission? I have never rebuilt one and I now have two that need some work.

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Try this repair manuals

You can buy the ATSG repair manual for about $25.
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thanks for the info. I did not know where to look online.
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rebuilding C-6

If you need parts try www.bulkpart.com also I have a rebuild kit, clutches, steels.transgo shift kit. thrust washers, torrington bearings, sprag, band, modulator, etc all new for sale. $ 150.00
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At hammerfrick's link for parts there is a notation for some of the rebuild kits "thick fwd friction" and "thin fwd friction". Am I correct that these ONLY refer to a rebuild kit for a 4 wheel drive vehicle? And how does one know if they need the thick vs. the thin?
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Thin VS thick

The thin clutches are for the earily C-6, The thick (.075) are for the 76 and later trannys.
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