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Looking for tranny overhaul kit, '94 Legacy.


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#1 ringe

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Posted 17 January 2005 - 03:58 PM

Hi everyone. I have a '94 Legacy wagon with the four speed auto (4EAT?). It is the original tranny and has around 148k. Right now I am making frequent long trips across Pennsylvania to New Hampshire, and as I would rather not have to get towed and drop school for missing too much class, and spend a whole buttload of money on a new tranny, I am thinking about overhauling it (ie, new clutches, bands, seals, gaskets, thrust washers/bearings, etc). Advance Auto Parts apparently doesn't sell a kit for my car; do any of you know of anyone who does, for a reasonable amount of $$? I can do the work in class in about four weeks with my drivetrain instructors there to help.

Any help/advice/general BS welcome and appreciated. =D

-Roy

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Posted 18 January 2005 - 06:28 PM

Roy,

I'd talk to a good reputable tranny shop.

I'd give these guys an email/call http://www.transgo.com/

I know they make a shift kit for the 4EAT. They may also have a rebuild kit, or can tell you who does.

I had the transgo shift kit installed on my tranny. it helped the 1st-2nd shift a lot.

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Posted 22 January 2005 - 09:35 PM

Roy,

I'd talk to a good reputable tranny shop.

I'd give these guys an email/call http://www.transgo.com/

I know they make a shift kit for the 4EAT. They may also have a rebuild kit, or can tell you who does.

I had the transgo shift kit installed on my tranny. it helped the 1st-2nd shift a lot.


Thanks for the advice man!




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