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Old 02-15-2008, 07:10 AM
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Goerend transmission install pictures

I got my new trans today and started tearing into it, I will try to post lots of good pics. im planning on opening up the transfer case too.

heres the new trans. its a full Goerend piece with billet flex plate, 1 piece Sonnex billet input shaft, and all the other goodies to include a double deep pan. I didn't get a billet output or intermediate shaft though.





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Old 02-15-2008, 07:13 AM
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time to come out with the old slush box

If I remember correctly, the fluid was RED when I put it in there haha.

I don't remember putting metal shavings and chunks in the fluid either.
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Hey there,
I also have a 95 and am looking to upgrade my transimission so that I can add a little power without problems. Do you mind me asking how much you paid for the whole setup?

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Wow looks like motor oil in there!! You'll love that new Goerends
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Thats good stuff, we have 2 on the way to the shop right now, What you going to do inside the transfer Case? Their pretty simple if you've never been in one.

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dang that tranny looks good Keep us updated, very interested in this topic
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You're gonna be all now!

I bet that's the first one Dave's ever shipped to Guam!
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freakin sweet, your gonna love it, have fun
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Originally Posted by Crimedog View Post
You're gonna be all now!

I bet that's the first one Dave's ever shipped to Guam!
actually he shipped mine and another guys here about a week apart. the other guys is an 01 but I don't know who it is. gonna have to go hunt him down and drag him to the race track haha

the transfer case is just getting new seals and a T-case saver
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Cool i am going to be doing my first tranny swap in a cummins before to much longer. I am pretty sold on the Goerend tranny.
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nice glob of metal on the magnet



out with the old



flywheel off



trans adapter plate off
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someone tell me what that piece is that is above and to the left of the crank? the thing with the gasket stuff all over it. there is a hole in it and it appeared to be leaking some oil when I pulled the adapter plate off. heres a pic with the oil seal plate off.



heres the rear main seal



heres the new seal installed, and the trans adapter plate reinstalled and torqued to 57 foot pounds




New Billet flexplate torqued to 105 foot pounds
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Man that looks good. I remember the day I picked mine up from the loading dock and it was that clean lol.
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Freeze plug?
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The part with the arrow pointing towards it is the rear end of the camshaft housing. There is a kind of freeze plug in it (but there is no water behind it)


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