T-18 Transmission Rebuild (Part 4)

Here is what about $90 bucks will buy you. Main bearings, roller bearings, lock and snap rings, spacers, teflon guides, seals, etc.   Cut a 1" dowel to the length of the shaft and place the large spacer on it. Put one of the roller bearing spacers on next then pack with petroleum jelly and […] More »

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T-18 Transmission Rebuild (Part 3)

The input shaft bearing slides off with little problem. Note the oil baffle behind bearing.   Removing the output shaft bearing is not so easy, but a little effort will remove it. When removed the two shafts can be separated and removed from the case.   When the two upper shafts are separated, all the […] More »

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F150/F250 Light Duty: Installing Sylvania’s Xenarc High Intensity Discharge (HID) Headlight System (page 2)

  Insert the lamp. This is the hard part. The aiming pins have a tendency to move and are very difficult to align because you cannot see them while inserting the lamp. We found a very simple solution… tire some twine to each of the aiming pins and feed them through the holes in the […] More »

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T-18 Transmission Rebuild (Part 2)

On the output shaft there is a lock ring that is a bear to remove if you do not have a lock ring pliers. Invest $20 bucks and get one. Not to be confused with snap ring pliers.   This is the input shaft bearing cover. It contains a seal that must be replaced later. […] More »

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T-18 Transmission Rebuild (Part 1)

By Kevin Munson The rebuild process for the Borg-Warner T-18 is about the same as the New Process 435 so I decided to document the rebuild process for all of those 4 speed drivers out there. Click on the images for a larger version. Enjoy!   This is what I started with, the venerable T-18. […] More »

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