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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 9:23 am    Post subject: Guess what is wrong in the picture!! Reply with quote

I dont know how but I do know why this happened! Over a year maybe 2 when we swapped to the 12 bolt and for 6 months the driveshaft was 1in too short and it cracked the rear tail shaft housing into 2 pieces. So I got a new driveshaft cut and have been driving and racing since. Inside the trans, a lot of parts were wobbling around and caused this to happen.


We find the chip in the front pump, but the good news is that all the clutch's look brand damn new! amazing!

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 9:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What type of converter is it?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 8:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Guess what is wrong in the picture!! Reply with quote

85GMCstreetbeast wrote:
I dont know how but I do know why this happened! Over a year maybe 2 when we swapped to the 12 bolt and for 6 months the driveshaft was 1in too short and it cracked the rear tail shaft housing into 2 pieces. So I got a new driveshaft cut and have been driving and racing since. Inside the trans, a lot of parts were wobbling around and caused this to happen.


We find the chip in the front pump, but the good news is that all the clutch's look brand damn new! amazing!


Harmonics are a great thing!!!!!!!!!!DOh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


You're lucky the bell housing didn't break!!!!!!!!!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 11:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its a TCI streetfighter 2800-3200stall, the problem was from the rear of the transmission being sloppy loose from the almost 2 year ago highway incident,

That left me on the side of the road for a few hours lol. So I had a new driveshaft cut and bolted on a new reartail housing and when ronnie did the last tear down over a year ago he didnt notice the play in the rear of the trans. Which is also why the speedo didnt work anymore and it was slipping. It did last a year though before this and whats funny I pull in to the gas station, fill up and while merging into traffic and going to 4k then no shift still infirst..... wtf try manu shift still nothing..... pull into next gas station check fluid and tv cable. Pull back out on to road still no shifting but I have 1st and rev. So I called AAA and towed her home. We did find the piece of the neck in the front pump! and the reason no shifts was b/c the govern had blown itself to piece's also! anyways more fun times in cold and rain pulling that bish out.

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