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Old 01-30-2003, 08:10 PM
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How much do ya figure to rebuild this tranny? Should I use and high performace parts in it,or can you? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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Niel,
I rebuilt one many moons ago, and just gotta tell ya IMO the T10 is one of the strongest yet sweetest bang shifters going. The one I rebuilt didn't need much in the way of parts. If I remember correctly, all I put in it was new roller bearings and syncro rings. I do remember using a Peterson's book to do it. Pretty easy job, just follow the directions and use a lot of grease to hold the bearings in place.
I put mine into a beat up '66 Rustang behind a 351 cleveland. I busted a couple U joints with it, but never had a problem with the T10.
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The T-10 transmission, originally produced by Borg-Warner and now made by Richmond, is a very good transmission. Parts should be readily available at just about any transmission parts supplier. Have fun.
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used them behind a 400+ HP 355 in a dirt modified, never had any problems. Beat the hell out of them too. BTW a full kit should be less than $200. countershaft, bearings, synchros, gaskets and seals.

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I did one also with no manual or anything. Just have a damn good set of snap ring pliers handy, thats the worst part of the whole build.
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