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Old 08-16-2007, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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700r4 Output Shaft Removal

I'm gonna put a fixed yoke on my 2wd 700r4 tranny and was wondering if anyone has a exploded diagram of the 700r4 and how to remove the output shaft so I can put a threaded on in for the fixed yoke. Thanks
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Old 08-17-2007, 03:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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you will have to pull the front pump out the valve body the band and the input drum and then take out the sun gear for the front planet and there is a snap ring under the sun gear that you will have to remove and that will release the shaft basically you have to take the trans apart which should be done by an experienced trans tech
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Old 08-17-2007, 06:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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shitty, I was hoping you could pull off the valve body or something and get to the clip. Thanks for the help.
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if you want to try it I am here for ya I will try my best to walk you through it
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do you happen to have a teardown of the 700r4, i've search the internet and havn't came up with anything. I've tore apart a couple c4's and 1 th350 before so It wouldn't be my first time going into one of these things, I would just be more comfortable with a exploded diagram at my side. Thanks.
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sure i do lol.....the 700 after the sunshell is like a 350 but you will not have to go that far send me an email addy and i will gladly scan you some important info and an exploded diagram and send it your way.
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Thanks a bunch, e-mail is Go5012@aol.com . Thanks again.
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That is cool to help like that
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