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  1. dawson1112
    06-03-2017 03:14 AM
    dawson1112
    The only reason you would need to sleeve the rear crank snout is if it is damaged. Examples such as someone gouged it trying to remove an old seal, or it has a wear groove in it. As long as the surface is smooth it will be fine.
  2. Potomus Pete
    06-02-2017 06:58 PM
    Potomus Pete
    That's what I thought. The gear box is fairly small. My rear Main seal leaks bad. Would you consider a sleeve
  3. Potomus Pete
    06-02-2017 12:04 PM
    Potomus Pete
    I just watched a video on LMR on how to remove a T-5 trans. Looked very easy to do. I need a rear main seal and new clutch pad. I did a few transmissions in high school. 30 years ago. My question is can I lift the trans into place by myself, under the car. Im very strong but I live in a house full of women.
  4. joed05
    03-29-2016 11:44 AM
    joed05
    Hi, I posted about the t45 rebuild manual a while ago. Just wondering if you could possibly email me some detailed info about how everything goes into the case... All the gears are on the shafts just can't figure out how it goes in since you have to put the 5th and reverse gears on after you put the shafts in the middle case haha I'm just confused. Any help would be greatly appreciated. My phone number is 315-244-4870 you can call or text me at this number, also my email is [email protected] or you could just pm me on here although I don't check this much.

    Thanks,
    Joe DiMatteo
  5. Paul8755
    02-23-2015 11:01 PM
    Paul8755
    Thanks Dawson, btw my birthday is August 7/1955
  6. bluebeastsrt
    07-08-2014 03:03 PM
    bluebeastsrt
    The kid with the headers is a retard.
  7. hurricane1091
    07-21-2013 09:05 PM
    hurricane1091
    Hey I have a question regarding my car. It's got cut outs for dual exhaust in the bumper. I cleaned the tips today and removed all the rust, and ended up getting surprised by what appeared to be true dual exhausts. I didn't investigate much because I assumed it was never a true dual (and the internet says it can't be stock) but there's cutouts in the bumper for it, there's no Y pipe, each exhaust tip went straight back to another muffle and then beyond that I'm really not sure since it was getting dark out. What's your though on the matter?

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