Discussion in 'Manual Transmission & Clutch' started by SquareRoot, Jan 4, 2021.
Seems accurate, but I personally couldn’t say 100%
Okay everyone read my post 3 pages back. at 2:21 today .
That's what I meant. Thanks for showing the pics of Chevy stuff. No bushing for an automatic. A Gen I engine and period correct Chevy automatic.
Those poor kitty kitties...
You asked why. I tried to back out at 2:21, but.Things [email protected] 7:22 tonight I explained it real well and things persisted. And now it comes down too how we were only talking about the original posters comment. He doesn't even have an automatic.
I stand corrected, @Snoots mentioned bushing for an automatic. That's when I started wanting to know about the automatic transmission pilot bushings, as I hadn't ever seen one on any gen I engine with a factory issued non-conversion-type automatic.
The conclusion is some come factory with them, others need them because a non-factory engine or transmission is used, or some type of conversion took place.
With that, I am out. I learned some stuff today, and that's what matters.
I thought this was a Chevy-GMC forum, what's all the BS about jeep and other foreign car convertor bushings?....I'm just here for the bagels
I tried to stop it all at 2:21 yesterday but it just spread. Maybe I should of worn a mask.
Ehhh, if the questions weren't answered, and the answers questioned, we wouldn't have learned anything today.
I like the way you worded that.
I'm posting this in hopes, people that didn't know, now will know some symptoms and things to check when swapping transmissions, engines, or torque converters.
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