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Old 05-11-2014, 09:04 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by StevieG View Post
Thanks Chris.

I started another thread in the Allision transmission area. I'm going to go for it. I do a lot of my own maintenance on my cars/trucks, boat, snowmobiles, and motorcycle,... so why not the mh? I just want to make sure I get it right the first time. I am not only mr. overkill like you, but when I attempt something the first time, I try to have every detail down and correct in order. Then if stuff happens in the process, that is part of the learning curve I guess...

My first trip is Memorial Day weekend to The Castaways in OCean City, MD about a 6 hour trip from here. I hope to be done before I leave, so I have a lot to learn by then... I wish there was a Youtube video that really showed the whole process, but only found one that was pretty lame. Thanks also for the website. I called Freightliner and they have Transyd for $202 for a 5 gal pail...

I'll let you know how I made out...

Pay attention to the torque specs.

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