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USMCcowboy

need info on a tranny

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umm lets see make a long story short i got a truck from a guy its got a 440-6pack in it not too long ago i rebuild the motor and i was wonderin what kind of tranny was in it and its a auto bc when i rebuild the motor it had a worn cam and groves in the crank so im gonna go thru the tranny and make sure its fine and also too i need to replace the fluid. any suggestions or idea's thanks

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ok thanks and since it could or not be but im pretty sure its a build auto where could i find specs and a rebuild kit for it? and i really dont trust advance because they have screwed me over before i was thinkin of a mopar mag. but i havent had the time to look any idea's

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i got the truck on ramps and i didnt think of countin them but i noticed there was a pressure lock on it if im thinkin right it had 2 wires goin to it umm where the drive goes in it was small and it probably went 8-10inch im thinkin

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scratch the prev. thread well i got some good news and some bad news well the good news is i saved a bunch of money by switchin to geico haha not but the bad news is it took me long enough but there was only 2 numbers in it, in the front part right where you put the bolts to the motor is 176-9 and right above the shifter is 410176-9 and right below it is a chart if i find anythang else ill let yall know

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simple way to tell is look at the pan is it square or do,s it have a hump or kick out at the top on the pass side square= 904a hump=727you want the 727 its the only one going to live behind that 440+6

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i know its kinda late and i don't really know Chrysler motor's or trannys...but i have ALWAYS found a transmission parts store. they only sell transmission parts. usually only one to the "big city" but they will have better parts at better prices then advanced. i can't remember the name of the one in O'city, but in tulsa contact Lester's Gear & Automatic Parts.

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