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TCI 898000

TCI "Fundamentally Sound" VHS Video Contains Transmission Assembly Basics

890-898000

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 11/20/18

$35.99
TCI "Fundamentally Sound" VHS Video Contains Transmission Assembly Basics $35.99
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"Fundamentally Sound" VHS Video
  • Contains Transmission Assembly Basics
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    Media Type
    VHS
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    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    898000

    TCI's "Fundamentally Sound" is one of the very best instructional transmission assembly aides on the market to date. "Fundamentally Sound" Transmission Assembly Basics is a full thirty minutes of information on GM transmissions and takes you through a wide variety of operations, including: Disassembly and Inspection, Setting Proper Clearances, Installing a TCI Valve Body Kit, How to Prepare a Powerglide Case for a Trans Brake, Properly Adjusting a TV Cable. This is a great addition to your automotive repair library.

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