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3500 Transmission Fill Plug Gasket

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Apache_58

12-18-2018 11:59:23




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I was wondering if the transmission fill plug took a gasket or copper washer, or nothing at all?

I tried to order one here, but ended up getting a cork carb sediment bowl gasket.
Half tempted to smear some RTV around it and move on.

I do want to avoid getting water in the transmission since it sets out in the weather.




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Apache_58

12-18-2018 15:28:46




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 Re: 3500 Transmission Fill Plug Gasket in reply to Apache_58, 12-18-2018 11:59:23  
Ya I would be better off measuring it ahead of time.
I’m thinking if I know that it takes a copper washer, I’ll just head down to the hardware store and get one that I know fits the plug.
Good news is a friend actually needed the cork gasket YT sent me.



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Jim.ME

12-18-2018 14:54:03




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 Re: 3500 Transmission Fill Plug Gasket in reply to Apache_58, 12-18-2018 11:59:23  
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Many drain and fill plugs use the same gasket or sealing washer. Do a quick search of the number on eBay and you will see some vendors call it a fill plug gasket and some call it a drain plug gasket and give several different locations. Give the vendor you are looking at a call, or send an email and ask the dimensions to confirm your fit.

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Apache_58

12-18-2018 13:43:18




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That part number comes up as the drain plug washer.
I’m looking at the top fill plug.



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Sean in PA

12-18-2018 12:18:56




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 Re: 3500 Transmission Fill Plug Gasket in reply to Apache_58, 12-18-2018 11:59:23  
If it's not a Select-O-Speed, then yes there should be a gasket for the fill plug.

Straight 4 speed and power reverser use part number 8N7011.

6 & 8 speed and Manual reverser originally used D9NN7037AA which has been superseded by 83918734



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