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View Poll Results: When did you have your first trans REPAIR?
92-97 4T60E (non HD) 0-75k miles 3 4.48%
92-97 4T60E (non HD) 75-100k miles 4 5.97%
92-97 4T60E (non HD) 100k or more 24 35.82%
92-96 4T60E (HD-Supercharged) 0-75k miles 1 1.49%
92-96 4T60E (HD-Supercharged) 75-100k miles 0 0%
92-96 4T60E (HD-Supercharged) 100k or more miles 14 20.90%
97+ 4T65E (non HD) 0-75k miles 2 2.99%
97+ 4T65E (non HD) 75-100k miles 3 4.48%
97+ 4T65E (non HD) 100k or more miles 7 10.45%
97+ 4T65E (HD-Supercharged) 0-75k miles 3 4.48%
97+ 4T65E (HD-Supercharged) 75-100k miles 6 8.96%
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Old 10-13-2005, 08:51 PM   #21
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-1 on the 4T65E (non HD) over 100k. Incorrect vote.
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Originally Posted by chasesmith
Original 4T-60e in 1996 L36 1st failed at 136k
Second 4T-60e in 1996 L36, 2nd Trans - Brand new GM Part, still strong with over 165k on the clock

Original 4T-60e (HD Supercharged) in 1996 L67 - Burned up at 135k, have not broken open to see why, replacing with 4T-65eHD
I have to ask.....with THREE 4T60'* that have lasted that long, you're considering a 4T65 conversion? Do you mind me asking why?
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Got a 4t-65e hd for dirt cheap with low miles.
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****, i voted in the non HD as well
Mine got rebuilt at 176,600kms 110,375 miles
Clutches were cooked, TC was shuddering, ouput clutches were warped, reverse drum was in awful shape
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1st rebuild 123K

Now at 168K with slight TCC valve leaking and very mild shudder, going for repairs.
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Lost fourth then third then on downward, Final death at 187,67X., Swapped in '94 tranny and blew the diff out (under 5K on rebuild, You'not supposed to let a fresh rebuild sit on a pallet under a tarp in the shed for over a year, whoops.). Considering options for rebuilding orig trans as money comes...
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93 4T60E 142K 3rd dropped out, the subframe was bent since ~118K and for a while it would decide to slip going from P to D about once a week or so that was eventually fixed once the we found out the trans cooler in the rad was leaking slightly and dropping the pressure.

The car had no mods to it and has been replaced with a 2000 GP GT that has just over 63k on it with no problems.
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Old 10-19-2005, 09:56 PM   #28
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First 4t60e rebuild (for me that is) at 182,xxx or so. dont know if that was the original trans or not. 184,262 miles when the engine (crankshaft/bearings) went belly up.
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errror...i said non-hd..it was 95 hd 156K failed, cracked diff I believe
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Well, that'* at least three HD votes in a non-HD catagory.

Bill, can you redo the poll?
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