|Package Dimensions||8 x 6 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||9250|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9250|
GM Transmission Shifter Seal Remover Installer Turbo 300 350 400 700-R4 4L60 includes seal
|Price:||$22.99 + $6.80 shipping|
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- Tool is mandatory to remove the leaky seal around the shifter selector shaft mechanism through the transmission case.
- This handy tool will let you remove and insert the seal without removing the tranny pan or in most cases without even lowering the transmission.
- Tool has sharp leading thread edge to engage with leaky seal for efficient removal
- Kit includes shifter gear selector rod seal
- Steel construction threaded remover and steel installer dowl
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Brand New -Steel construction Kit includes Seal This tool is mandatory to remove the leaky seal around the shifter selector shaft mechanism through the transmission case. This handy tool will let you remove and insert the seal without removing the tranny pan or in most cases without even lowering the transmission. The tool goes over the shaft, threads onto the leaky seal (counterclockwise) engaging the seal with the tool LH threads, then with the hex bolt turned the seal is efficiently removed intact. The new seal is put over the shifter shaft and with the dowel tool pushed into place completing the installation. Fits GM 200, 200C, 200-4R TURBO 350, 350C TURBO 400, 425, 475 GM 700-R4 GM 4L60 GM Allison - 540 In most cases this tool can be used without lowering the transmission or removing the transmission pan.
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pointed chisel and hammer to get it out. A few hours trying to get the seal out. The purpose of
ordering the seal remover was to save me from doing what I had to do. I tried several different
ways to try an get the seal remover to get enough of a grip on the rubber to extract the seal...no