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Difference in TCI rebuild kits?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by fortcollinsram, Feb 21, 2002.

  1. fortcollinsram

    fortcollinsram 1/2 ton status

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    I am getting ready to buy a tranny rebuild kit for my 700r4 from TCI and was on their site an came across the "Truck Master Kit". Has anybody ever heard of this? I was planning on buying the Pro Super Kit which apparently contains the same pieces used to build the Street Fighter tranny...Which should I go with? Any input would be greatly appreciated...

    Chris

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    If I remember correctly all the base contents of the kits are the same. O-rings, seals, gaskets, clutches, etc, etc.
    The the difference I think is in the valve body companents and the servo area. What year is your tranny?
    If its pre-86 I think, I would look into getting the HD replacment "hard parts". IE, such as the sprag assembly and a couple of other items. Again, I cant remember all that info.
    I have the Street Fighter, with the recommended hard part updates, and Im running the truck master Tow/RV torque Convertor. I'll let you know how it holds up if I can ever get everything together at one time. Waiting on headers right now.
    Just call them at TCI, they are very helpfull, or at least they were. I know someone has purchased them. It may be Comp or Crane cams or something like that. Good luck!

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