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**Update** Where did these pieces come from (pic)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by corey_elliott, Aug 5, 2004.

  1. corey_elliott

    corey_elliott Newbie

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    Great site, new user. I just acquired my '87 blazer several weeks ago. I had an '85 back around 1990 as my first vehicle. Loved it, so I acquired another one. Already rebuilt the 350 and have it installed and it is like new engine. Tranny was making a clicking sound so I pulled it last nigt to go through it. I'm not a tranny expert so I thought I'd ask my question here.

    I expected one or several vanes to be broken but they're not. I pulled the pump out and found these neat little pieces. Are these the remains of the washer(s) that go in the pump? Would a local tranny shop have a pump in stock that I can purchase as this one is obviously toast.

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    Thanks a ton and I look forward to participating greatly in the future!

    Corey in Amarillo
     
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    ntaj*ep 1/2 ton status

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    Re: 700r Pump... Where did these pieces come from (pic)

    Cheaper to find a core trans than buy a pump. I think the pump alone around here is like $400.....
     
  3. corey_elliott

    corey_elliott Newbie

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    Re: 700r Pump... Where did these pieces come from (pic) **Update**

    Well, I'm picking a pump up in about an hour for "around a $100". Whatever that means!

    I called around town and everyone was between $100-$150 for a new assembled pump.

    Hopefully I can get this thing reassembled and back in the truck this evening.

    Corey
     
  4. big83chevy4x4

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    yep those look to be the remains of the vane rings. you can get the rings for about $2 a piece (2 needed) but i would make sure the slide is not wore. i would not use a used pump, get one that has been rebuilt. the pump is not that much $$$ or that hard to rebuild.
     

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