Post them in the drivetrain section. I plan on building my own and your posts and knowledge have helped me plenty in the past.
Yah, a big +1, as well. I had used info from such as sherlock9c1 and others on this forum when redoing mine myself years back, and now I need another redo after what strikes me as the perfect symptoms of 'Pump Bushing Walking Out' and/or simple 'WornTF Out Pump'.Post them in the drivetrain section. I plan on building my own and your posts and knowledge have helped me plenty in the past.
Drivetrain section definitely.
I've been building these transmissions for 19 years now; I thought I knew what I was doing back then too... I've learned a LOT since then.i've been meaning to post about tearing down, going though and DIY shift kit on the '96 4L60E unit that came with my LT1. it was rebuilt about 12 or 13 years ago by a supposed "guru"
As long as we can agree to disagree. I learned early on that there are a lot of different 'recipes' out there; if the clutches hold and the hard parts don't break, that's all that matters.Either way, always enjoy your posts sherlock, especially the 4L60E stuff. hopefully you don't mind my interjections, the more info the better!