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Scarf cut sealing rings 4T65E

Has anyone ever scarf cut the sealing rings on this transmission? And if so what were the results?

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Has anyone ever scarf cut the sealing rings on this transmission? And if so what were the results?

If you are talking about scarf cutting a solid plastic type ring.... just cut the ring at an angle with 1/4 inch or longer scarf cut.

I stick a good sized socket in a vice and use that as a mandrel with a sharp x-zak-o knife ... cut it slowly , do not get your fingers. not that I have ever done that.... mayb

Watch the ring when slipping it into the bore of the drum, noit to cut or smash it
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If you are talking about scarf cutting a solid plastic type ring.... just cut the ring at an angle with 1/4 inch or longer scarf cut.

I stick a good sized socket in a vice and use that as a mandrel with a sharp x-zak-o knife ... cut it slowly , do not get your fingers. not that I have ever done that.... mayb

Watch the ring when slipping it into the bore of the drum, noit to cut or smash it
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