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Super t 10 Good Deal???

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by gear27, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. gear27
    Joined: Feb 20, 2006
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    How does this sound Super t10 Nodular Iron Case $250.00 but it pops out of third should I pass or grab it???

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  2. 65COMET
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    If it will work for you it is a good deal.It probably needs synchros and freshening.They are fairly strong transmissions. ROY.
     
  3. Dynaflash_8
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    from Auburn WA

    id grab it.

    Neighbor sold a good one for $600
     
  4. RacerRick
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    Grab it if you can rebuild it. There are a few things to looks for. If its a 82-84 F body trans, the rear trans mount is at an angle for those cars. You would have to make a custom trans crossmember to match the angle. If its from an 80-81 F-body, it will have a standard trans mount. It also will be the 3.42 1st gear, the weakest gear set. I think its rated for 275 ft-lbs but I would have to check.

    Try to get the yoke with it since it should be the large TH400 yoke. The factory shifters are junk - go with a hurst. It should take a 26 spline clutch.

    Parts are not too expensive for a standard rebuild, but most shops really gouge you on the labour. The rebuild kit is about $150-200, and usually at least another $500 for labour. If it needs gears or shift forks, watch out - they are pretty pricey. I have a friend who has a trans shop who rebuilds these transmissions pretty cheap. In good usable shape, these transmissions usually get $500-600.

    I am in toronto - if you don't want it, I will grab it :p I have this exact trans in my 67' Camaro with its little 230ci six. The deep first gear makes it pretty peppy with the 3.08 rear gears.
     
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  5. Fast67VelleN2O
    Joined: Mar 6, 2007
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    If it pops out of gear the gear will probably need to be replaced due to worn engagement teeth.
     
  6. cheap1
    Joined: Oct 25, 2010
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    If you don't buy it I will!
     
  7. Hi!
    Joined: Oct 4, 2006
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    from SoCal

    If its a true Super T10 grab it, they can be hammerd on better than most muncies do to the cast iron case and the gears. Make sure its not just a cast iron low horse borg.
     
  8. U sure it's a Super T-10 and not just a plain-jane T-10?
    Supers had 26 clutch splines and big TH400 rear yokes.
     
  9. cheap1
    Joined: Oct 25, 2010
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    If it's a 904 case it's nodular iron. Also, the number of rings on the input shaft indicate what gear set is in it. Mine has the two ring input which is a 2:64 first gear ratio. I've hammered on it pretty good and no problems yet :D. Also, an iron mid-plate will help in the strength department as well.
     
  10. Paid $500.00 for mine....working fine though.
     
  11. gear27
    Joined: Feb 20, 2006
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    Thanks for all the help!!

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