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Old 04-22-2018, 07:38 AM
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Im not to frimilar with these but mines leaking through the side cover. Can I just pop this off and re seal it or is there a complicated procedure. Never took a t10 apart before.
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I've never owned or worked on a T10.

Anybody?

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Old 04-23-2018, 06:38 PM
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I've never owned or worked on a T10.

Anybody?

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So heres were I look like a idiot. Theres a vent above the side cover and I most of had it up side down at some point and fluid leaked out.
Any way here it is cleaned up, I got another shifter to put on it and then its ready to go on
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Im replacing the 350 and Saginaw in my wifes 69 chevelle ss car with the proper 396 and the t10
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We never had the chevelle going but I was wondering why the clutch felt weird and like it wasnt fully engaging lol
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Glad you got it figured.

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my wifes 69 chevelle ss car with the proper 396 and the t10
Hot damn! We'll need to see some burning rubber, you know!

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Old 04-24-2018, 04:40 AM
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Hot damn! We'll need to see some burning rubber, you know!

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When shes not home... lol Ill have to change the tires becuase shes a tire expert and she will know if I spun em lol
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Don't be surprised if the ole T10 leaks a tad bit, they all do. Not much just enough to keep the housing from rusting
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This one is aliumium
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Old 04-24-2018, 11:11 AM
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When shes not home... lol Ill have to change the tires becuase shes a tire expert and she will know if I spun em lol
Are you telling us that the lady that drives a 396/4-speed Chevy doesn't let it loose once in a while?
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Are you telling us that the lady that drives a 396/4-speed Chevy doesn't let it loose once in a while?

Nope shes got a 75 camaro lt with a 383 stoker with a big old converter and a built turbo 350 and topped off with 4:10s and true posi. She built the 383 her self. She wanted to build it not buy it becuase every one gave her a hard time.
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Nope shes got a 75 camaro lt with a 383 stoker with a big old converter and a built turbo 350 and topped off with 4:10s and true posi. She built the 383 her self. She wanted to build it not buy it becuase every one gave her a hard time.
My complements to her. You know you are a lucky guy, right?
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