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Old 07-17-2006, 11:26 PM   #11
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Internet Explorer works too. Must be user error.
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I love stuff like this. Keep em comming.
Then I guess you will love pictures of the inards when I get em posted.
Yesssss.
I've seen pics of a 60 e taken apart before but I can't get enough of it.
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um. your already balls deep in that. Props if you get it back toghether right..make sure you have a high end torque wrench and good manaul and you should be fine.

It sorta reminds me of putting together models or legos as a kid or something.
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um. your already balls deep in that. Props if you get it back toghether right..make sure you have a high end torque wrench and good manaul and you should be fine.

It sorta reminds me of putting together models or legos as a kid or something.
The only thing I am missing is the torq wrenches. Gonna borrow one from our mechanic at work. I have the ATSG manual for this transmission. Don't worry guys, I spent 8 years in the Army repairing turbine engines. We were taught how to take them down to the main shaft. Wanna know whats weird, this transmission kinda resembles the inner workings of a turbine. Scary. Well, should have the pics up today.
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If you see red x'* make sure you are logged in. I dont know why, but i see the pics once im logged in. Or mayby its an intermittent thing.
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Ok here are the inards. These are in sequence and then the final assembly at the end.

Driven socket support and 4th clutch


Backside of driven socket support


Reverseband


2nd clutch assembly


Back side of 2nd clutch


3rd Roller clutch with input sun gear(left side)


Reverse reaction drum


Reverse reaction drum inside


Input housing/Part of 3rd housing assy


Front planetary


Back side of front planetary


Reaction sun gear drum


Backside of sun gear drum


Final drive shaft


I forgot the 1&2nd roller clutch assembly, but you can see it in the final picture.

2nd & 1st manual band.


And the whole assembly put together. Far left would be the differential, 1-2 clutch, reverse drum, etc etc.
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Very nice pictures and impressive work. Foghorn Leghorn'* saying of "Fortunately, I keep my feathers numbered for just such an emergency" comes to mind when looking that over.
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Wish I could see something besides red x'*. :( .......and I'm logged in.
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Wish I could see something besides red x'*. :( .......and I'm logged in.
Interesting...I just reloaded the page and it worked ok again for me. I use Mozilla. Try maybe clearing your cache and cookies?
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