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#1 importwarrior

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Posted 03 August 2015 - 06:25 AM

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Finished up cleaning the tranny and all ready to put it back in the car. I decided that since I had it apart I might as well change the input shaft seal. So I did. The original seal looked fine but I changed it anyways just for peace of mind. So when I pressed in the new seal it didn't seem to press in as far as the old seal. I think it must have been a slightly thicker seal. I checked the ID and OD ... but not the thickness. So here is what it looks like after it was pressed in. It is definitely bottomed out and even. Doesn't seem right, but hope this is OK since I put the seal carrier back on like this.

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The gasket set that I bought seems to have all the right gaskets. The only ones I can really confirm are the gasket behind the input shaft bearing/seal carrier, the tail section to main section, tail section linkage cover and the shifter gasket. These are all correct. That kit has a TON of gaskets in it. Even seems to have more than one style of a few gaskets.

Just FYI part #'s
Tranny Gasket Set: Fel-Pro TS 80310-1
Input Seal: Timken 1981
Output Seal: National 223608


And also the stock Input bearing is TM-SC 0778NCS30 PX1 it says JAPAN NA on it also.

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Posted 03 August 2015 - 06:58 AM

Note: the input shaft bearing part number above was taken from an 86 transmission.  Other years may be different.....88/89 transmission input shaft bearing have a different part number per the following thread

http://www.starquest...howtopic=148658





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