<VV> LM? transmission...

George Jones 65crownv8 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 22:52:08 EST 2007

Assuming a manual transmission, visual inspection, pop the cover and look at
it. Even at that, you're only able to check the gear wear and synchronizer
wear. The only real way is to disassemble and inspect. There are some thrust
washers and bearings that can't be inspected without disassembly. If you're
not familiar with the innards of a Corvair transmission, take a club member
along who is.

On Dec 6, 2007 9:30 PM, Secular <rusecular at yahoo.com> wrote:

>  Hi:
>  Is there a procedure/method to check a LM? transmission off the car?
>  Someone is selling this unit and I have no clue how
>  to check his claims (new synchronizers, new gears, etc.,)
>  Regards,
>  Tony I.
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George Jones
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