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Offline sandersen

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Rebuild BW T-9?
« on: September 14, 2015, 11:08:31 AM »
Has anyone rebuilt their own Borg Warner T-9?  I yanked mine this weekend from my 1966 TJ 230...gonna yank the engine and rebuild it...then the cradle to get to the pins.  I looked the tranny over and the gears seem in pretty good gear in the shifter box had one tooth that was worn...but overall it didn't seem too bad.  The shifting levers are real sloppy but the pins were missing.  I noticed 90 w oil had been leaking on the floor of the shop and when I pulled the tranny there was some 90w pooled up underneath of the clutch assembly in the bottom of the bell housing.  I'm assuming that's a seal on the main shaft that has to be pulled.  There doesn't seem to be many seals really. Are there any special tools needed...the manual talks about a puller. I'd like to put it back knowing everything was taken care of...and of course do it myself if possible.  Any tips or insights would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
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