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Old 08-26-2008, 10:38 PM
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want to learn to rebuilt turbo 350

interested in learning to rebuild turbo 350's, any advice of where to start?

Doug

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Good DIY post by Jakeshoe on the TH350>
http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53671
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interested in learning to rebuild turbo 350's, any advice of where to start?

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I used a book...Easy as pie...probably could have done it without the book
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I used a book I got on ebay or yehoo and it went pretty well. Had a few ?'s so I went to tranny shops and always got good help. Also the guy's on this site very helpful with pics etc. Anti clunk I had trouble with but got thru it. Haven't finished the car et so still don't know how it will run.
Im took my time . A little each day and took about 10 days of that. But they say it can be done much faster. You may need some special tools. Torque wrenh . Bearing drivers , Try to borrow or rent, or make.
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Thanks, will check it out. Doug
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I used a book I got on ebay or yehoo and it went pretty well. Had a few ?'s so I went to tranny shops and always got good help. Also the guy's on this site very helpful with pics etc. Anti clunk I had trouble with but got thru it. Haven't finished the car et so still don't know how it will run.
Im took my time . A little each day and took about 10 days of that. But they say it can be done much faster. You may need some special tools. Torque wrenh . Bearing drivers , Try to borrow or rent, or make.
Don't be afraid to post ?'s if u have the time to wait for answers.
Thanks Bob. Good ideas, haven't started yet, still doing body work on truck, then I can hit the tranny next. Doug
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