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If you're using a shifter with positive stops they could be set too tight, I belive on a hurst you need to back out the stop two full turns from...
I have one that you put in a vise with the valve spring, you use a ruler or caliper for the height. Seems to work fine just a bit slower than the...
And probably a new shifter as well
For people on the east coast there is also Chris at CK performance, new york city. He seems to know whats up with the 2004r (actually he wrote...
The last pictures you posted look pretty good but they still have a hard line down in the root, it looks a bit worse than the fist pictures you...
depends on the builder you can get 700r4 stronger than a 2004r and vice versa
Going by finger tight only isn't good enough, you need to make sure it is going in the right depth or you can tear the threads out
pull back the converter and see if the wobble is in the plate or the converter?
I just switched out my transmission from manual to automatic and noticed there is now .013" endplay in the crank, the engine is only a few years...
some blocks only have 2 out of 3 holes drilled, could be your 2 blocks had different holes?
If your gears are decent (ie 3.42 or better) you can just rev it to wherever you want and dump the clutch
The breather on top of the transmission could be blocked
I'm just wondering about production variation in external balance flywheels, my original flywheel wasn't modified.
I've got an external balance 383 that I'm converting from manual to auto trans. I had the engine balanced with the jobber flywheel thats on it...
I also agree about the rubber end gaskets being bad. Make sure the silicone squidges into the corners good.
If it only broke after the bolt got loose I would say the bolt could be causing the problem!
I wouldnt bother trying to fix it just get another housing.
I bet the crank has been turned undersize but it has standard bearings.