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Old 04-26-2017, 09:41 PM   #21
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On the bell housing side the lube hose slips onto a barbed fitting and secured with a plastic clamp. It should be reparable without taking it all apart but tedious.
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Old 04-26-2017, 09:42 PM   #22
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BTY what is the blue paint on the assembly?
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BTY what is the blue paint on the assembly?


Lol. That's part of me wanting to be a smurf Seriously speaking some time ago I didn't pay much attention buying paint assuming it's black. I realized with brush in my hand as soon as I opened the can.


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A smurf from NY, now that's funny. I heard that place is full of all types.
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A smurf from NY, now that's funny. I heard that place is full of all types.


You're more then welcome to visit and experience it


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On the bell housing side the lube hose slips onto a barbed fitting and secured with a plastic clamp. It should be reparable without taking it all apart but tedious.



Not sure if you can see it on the picture but basically there was no clamp on it. I hate when previous owners/mechanics do something stupid like that. I don't think the clamp like this could fall on its own.


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I have also seen the shift bellows clamp missing but yours is there.

Glad you found the issue.
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Thank you all for help!


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