Ford Aod Hp Rebuild Kit 1983-89 2x4 Transmission Master Overhaul Lincoln Mercury on 2040-parts.com
Salem, Oregon, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:OPTAODRBHP832
Clutches:Red Raybestos HP
Brand:Oregon Performance Transmission, Inc.
Year range:7/19/83 - 1989
Transmission Model:AOD 2 wheel drive
Transmission Make:Ford, Lincoln, Mercury
UPC:Does not apply
NEW High Performance master rebuild kit for the 07/19/1983 - 1989 2x4 AOD transmission
This kit contains all Red Raybestos HP clutches and Kolene Steel plates
This comes with both the OD and reverse bands in Kevlar
Also included is a Transtec soft parts kit with every rubber seal and gasket that you'll need to complete your rebuild.
The kit comes with a new filter
Pump bushing, extension housing, and case bushings
Remember to soak all of your clutches in tranny fluid for thirty minutes before you install them.
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