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e4od rebuild, how hard?

ok i want my stock tranny to hold up to stg ones. i dont beat on it. i will be getting a 3 disc tc, and a modified valve body. how hard is it to rebuild it and what kind of tools will i need?

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Re: e4od rebuild, how hard?

Go to your local trans supply and pick up an atsg manual, good info there that will help you decide whether or not you want to dig in. If you're still game after that then check out some of the sponsors here for parts and additional info.

My opinion, it's easy but requires patience.
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Re: e4od rebuild, how hard?

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96- PIS 350 200s. 76mm Billett GT4202R. Big Oil. Twin E-Fuel.
BTS. Sump. 140v IDM. Melling. Fluidamper. H11. VS. PR.
Auto Meter- Boost, Pyro, HPOP, Trans, Fuel.
HPOP/coolant/trans filters.
6.0 I/C and Trans cooler.

2012 SRT8 300 6.4
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Re: e4od rebuild, how hard?

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Go to your local trans supply and pick up an atsg manual, good info there that will help you decide whether or not you want to dig in. If you're still game after that then check out some of the sponsors here for parts and additional info.

My opinion, it's easy but requires patience.
Agreed an manual is money well spent, its really not that hard, but cleanliness is the key. I did mine in about 3 days working on it after work, you do need some pullers, and depending on how your bushings look you might need some sort of press. mine all looked good but a couple but using a hammer and a punch just dont cut it, Shift kit turned out to be the most time consuming part.

couple trucks one fast one not
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