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Thread: rebuilding Scout tranny

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    Default rebuilding Scout tranny

    Hey all,
    I've got a '67 Scout and I am rebuilding the transmission. I'm looking for suggestions as to where to get the rubber tranny to frame mounts. I'm assusming all the seals and bearings I can get at Napa, but if not, any suggestions about best place toget those too would be appreciated!
    ~martin

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    Super Scouts Specialists will definitely have them.

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    Default transmission mounts

    You may also want to try IHOnly for the poly bushings as they last longer, but I recommend the stock rubber bushings as they insulate driveline vibration better.

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    I ordered a rebuild kit for my Borg Warner from Cobra Transmission in Miami.

    http://cobratransmission.com/index.p...ucts_id=118007

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    I assume that your Scout still has the Borg Warner automatic in it, right? I got a rebuild kit for mine from Cobra Transmission.

    http://cobratransmission.com/index.p...=1_382_384_555

    They also relined one of the bands with Kevlar and supplied a front pump bushing.
    Last edited by JimKoz; 07-18-2009 at 05:36 PM.

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    Nooo, just the little ol spicer 3 speed manual.
    Good thing I decided to open er up (originally took it out because the front seal was bad) because the from bearing had wore so bad the ball bearings were playing 8 ball in the race. No wonder it was making some noise when I would plow 2 ft deep of snow, full blade width uphill!
    thanks for the info, though.
    ~martin

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    Those T-90 transmissions aren't hard to find. They were used in Scouts starting from day 1.
    Allan E.
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