Re-assembling Cord 1509 A Westchester

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04 Apr 2015 15:28 #29384 by
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Tom,
The 3rd gear thrust washer is B60773 and is steel. I don't see a listing in the parts book for E11045 so I'm not sure what part that is.

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04 Apr 2015 15:39 #29385 by
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Tom you might ask Stan if he knows what that part number fits. Others may chime in but if Jim does not know maybe others wont either. Might also ask Henry Portz. Last I herd he was rebuilding 6 transmissions at once.

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06 Apr 2015 23:08 #29395 by Tom_Parkinson
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Hi,

I'm going to check in my 80's ACD Club Transmission Manual to see how big a job it is to replace that thrust washer.

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08 Apr 2015 18:41 #29407 by
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Tom,

It's a big job. The entire top shaft of the transmission has to come out. The Sync hub gas to be machined back and the main shaft sleeve has to be machined to make room for the thicker thrust washer.

If the transmission is sitting on the floor figure about 10 plus hours. Hopefully you have a lathe available to do the machine work. IF the trans is in the car I figure 10 to 15 hours to pull the trans and 15 to 20 hours to put it back in, providing there are no problems.

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09 Apr 2015 01:32 #29408 by mikespeed35
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In my experience there is no such thing as "No Problems"
Cordially Mike

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mikespeed35 wrote: In my experience there is no such thing as "No Problems"
Cordially Mike

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