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Old 09-20-2011, 05:05 PM
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5R110W rebuild specialty tools/etc.

I am about to rebuild my 5R110W with the suncoast ironpac 3, billet input, and a triple disc converter . I have the ATSG manual and noticed there are quite a bit of tools i need. If anyone has ever seen the inside of these or can tell me the tools that i ABSOLUTELY need that would be much appreciated. Can I get the oil pump and center support out with out special tools?? I cant spend but maybe $3-400 on tools. any tips would help too

If only i could rent them from somewhere.....
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:15 PM
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Need a slide hammer

You need a slide hammer to remove the pump. Any slide hammer will do. I have a metric bolt welded to a nut that fits the end of my slidehammer.
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I realize that this thread is really old and please accept my apology
for digging it back up from the dead or near dead.

Can you tell me what the size the bolt is that you have welded
onto your slide-hammer? I have a 5R110W that I will be doing
a postmortem on in the next few weeks.

At least I am not in a rush to do anything with it. Ed at Ficmrepair
got me a good price on a Ford reman. But I still want to know why
this one kicked the bucket. I am leaning towards a coast drum
weld failure.

Thanks for the help. Sorry if I goofed op posting this here.


Sean
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your welcome to post but just FYI

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