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Re: Help getting pump back in?

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04-30-2013 18:22:16

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Why would you take the lift cover off just to change a pump -anwser- you don't know what you are doing are have never did it,,, and in the same boat the the advice came from,,, don't know what he is doing and probably never been were you are at...

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04-30-2013 19:46:04

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 Re: Help getting pump back in? in reply to Hobo,NC, 04-30-2013 18:22:16  
So right about not knowing what I am I have the FO4 manual but there are always a few tricks that the seasoned mechanics have learned the hard way. I have done all my own mechanic work since about 1978 so I know some about cars/trucks etc. I don't know hydraulics though. I have rebuilt these babies from the ground up. I am ashamed to say that I had the hardest time with the cheby motor. I love the AOD tranny that I rebuilt with help from a guy that does the Badshoe Production videos ( ford tech).
Here is my babies:

Youngest sons '56 we restored together.



My baby. '66 with 5.0HO/AOD tranny...Nobody touches but me.


Well I will let swmbo lean on it/ride in it occasionally.

My other baby. How she really is...


What she thinks she is...


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