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Old 04-15-2012, 06:55 PM
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Hey Jim,
You are the man! I watched you do your own exhaust & now
automatic transmissions. I promise I will do the next tear down on
my AOD - I'm tired of fixing other "experts" mistakes on these things - I might as well get good at it.

Good luck over there! Post plenty of pics - that's a lot of parts in those in
those buckets!

Ben in Austin
Ben, go ahead and do a rebuild thread on that AOD as I put my used AOD in with only a fluid, filter, input shaft seal and tailshaft seal change. I may well need you to pioneer that for all of us(me).
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You guys are the greatist. I appreceiate your tips and encouragement. Wits has a nice set up on there web site, click on a part and get a price and part #. They sell the rear band by it self, wich may let me buy a regular rebuild kit instead of the most expensive kit available, wich will not only save a lot, but will allow me to get the book to boot, a real win win. I love FTErs, I never feel alone when I undertake an unfamiliar prodject, it feels as If you guys are right here with me, and that is something very special. Thank you
There are usually reasonably priced kits on eBay.
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