Woops! I think I found the shifting problem.
New type of steel. Its wavy to take up extra slack in the stack.
Oh oh! More parts!
I think this would the source of the problem.
IE shaft on the left, stock on the right.
New TC (1700 rpm stall ~ 89% efficiency) to test out that new Opie shaft.
The damage evidently has been ongoing from the looks of the clutch packs. I would say sometime in the last 50k the lack of line pressure and extra power had its way with it, DTT shift enhancer aside. The transmission has been flawless til one day it did not want to shift into drive.
On the positive side, it quit at home and NOT when I was dragging a trailer to North Carolina and back.
Should have it back on the road this weekend to do some tesing and square the tires up again. [img]/forum/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/Evil.gif[/img]