TH2004R tear down and build

olds307 and 403

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I pulled the speedo bullet as they tend to seize in place. I thought this one was seized, it was not, it must be the one outside that is. I also ordered the CK improved copy of the GN servo for my current 2004R. I know from experience, until you change the low performance servo, it is hard to get firm shifts out of these in my experience.
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I pulled the speedo bullet as they tend to seize in place. I thought this one was seized, it was not, it must be the one outside that is. I also ordered the CK improved copy of the GN servo for my current 2004R. I know from experience, until you change the low performance servo, it is hard to get firm shifts out of these in my experience.
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I never have luck with the bullet lol... good thing replacements are available on ebay...
 
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olds307 and 403

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Those don't look right. Did you use them for anything?
I never use the j-29334s either but I see them in the atsg manual.
I think u wanted the j-28542 low reverse clutch tool from the atsg manual instead of those discs.
There's also a metal one available like used in his part 2 video.
I wondered about them, looks like they go with this, which actually looks like a more useable tool.
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I wondered about them, looks like they go with this, which actually looks like a more useable tool.
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That's it... push it into hole in low reverse clutch. Then push handle of tool down. Then turn handle to the right n it will lock into low reverse clutch. Then pull everything straight out.
It's even more useful when you go to put everything back together!!
 

olds307 and 403

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This is for my current 2004R but like included instructions.
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Hit the case with degreaser and hit it with the pressure washer. Not super impressed with the Spray Nine engine degreaser. I will pick up probably Gunk or similar and hit it again.
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I also got this seal and bushing driver set
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olds307 and 403

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I hit it with a whole can of oven cleaner, used my 15 and 25 degree tip. I ended up carefully using the rotating blaster tip on my 2200 psi gas pressure washer. Looks pretty good.
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