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O ok just leme know
Ok here is the beginning of the list, this is for a 46RH/RE.
I am going to list part number and description.
From www.makcotransmissionparts.com
22002E Overhaul Kit Transtec
22030EC Bushing Kit (Contains Clevite Bushings)
M465TJ Transjel Assembly Lube
D12410C Neutral Safety Switch
B220022A Front Flex Band Borg Warner
A22024B Rear Band Raybestos
A22936 3-4 Shift Accumulator Spring
A22853 Front Clutch Spacer Cushion
A22654A Sprag, 727 / 518, 14 Spring & roller
A12650 Sprag, A500 / A518 / A618 Overdrive clutch 1990-UP
12271 Bearing, A500 / A518 / A618 Output Shaft Front
22272A Bearing, A727 / A518 / A618. Output shaft (rear)
D12222 Bearing, A518 / A618, Overdrive inner sprag to output shaft
22200E Thrust washer kit, A518 / A618, 1990-2002 ONLY IF YOU NEED TO REPLACE THEM
A22582EK Front Planet Kit, 5 Pinion (Retrofits 90-Up) , A518 / 618,



Now for the frictions and steels the quantity and thickness will vary based on application.
But they're Alto Brand, Red Eagle Frictions and Kolene Steels But here we go...

027721K STEEL, 7
027723K STEEL, 3
028701L STEEL, 6
028740PL FRICTION, 3
028742 FRICTION, 4
027746 FRICTION, 4
027744 FRICTION, 8

You will also need to get a filter

External Transmission Cooler

The proper electronics other than the neutral safety switch,
12415B Sensor, Governor pressure, (Transducer), A518, A618 (96-99), A500 (96-99)
12432A Solenoid, A500 / A518 governor pressure SOLENOID, 1993-UP
12420B Solenoid, A500 / A518 / A618 Dual OD & TCC

Removal of Anti-Drain Back Valve

Upgrade the rear planet to a 6 pinion, there is a steel carrier and an aluminum carrier, I have always done well with an aluminum carrier, only need steel if you are driving some serious HP into it.
I got mine on ebay because it's less expensive, makco sells it too!

You need to replace the manual valve with the sonnax one, 22771-09

Replace pressure regulator valve with sonnax, 22771A-02K

Replace overrunning clutch outer race with a bolt in one or you can machine the original one so you can run bolts into it. http://smrtrans.tripod.com/smrtransm...ntro/id17.html

If the truck is 2WD you need to get the slip yoke boot seal, part number 7300S can get it at autozone.


Be sure to take apart the transmission first so assess damages etc...
There are some more parts I may throw at you, oh yea and be sure to get a better torque converter!

Any questions, ask please.
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When I type in the part #s for the steels and frictions also the front flex band Borg nothing comes up and what T.C. , planetary, carrier should I get?
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When I type in the part #s for the steels and frictions also the front flex band Borg nothing comes up and what T.C. , planetary, carrier should I get?
That's because the part numbers for the frictions and steels are manufacture part numbers and makcotransmissionparts.com doesn't list all of the frictions and steels because there are so many, you would have to get a manufacture parts catalog and select what you need and give makco the manufacture part number and they order it from the manufacture. The reason for this is because companies like alto and raybestos don't sell directly to the end user, it's through a distributor.

You should get the planetary I listed for the front, the rear planet just get the 6 pinion aluminum aftermarket, it's like 90 bucks on ebay, I have it in my 46RH and it does extremely well no slop, no delays, no noise.

You will have to pickout what torque converter you want, try to aim for something with a stall of about 2000-2200 RPM. You need a converter if it's a 5.2L then you need a converter that is neutral balance. If you remove the converter on the truck now there will be a 3 digit code written on the converter, that is a TC code you can use that code to select the torque converter you need.

But those part numbers are all manufacture part numbers, the issue with just entering in the part number somewhere is the fact that many transmission parts aren't exactly sold at the local autozone, many parts are restricted to professionals. Basically I'm saying is you need to know what you're doing in order to get to where you're going, But that is why I'm here.

For parts that aren't listed on there website just email them the part number and they will tell you how much. They are a distributor, things like clutches are shipped directly from the manufacture to you, makco doesn't stock many of those parts because there is literally a million different combinations between sizes and material alone.
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Ram van man where / what site can I find the clutches and steals also a bolt in overrunning clutch,and a front flex band Borg Warner? I got all the rest of the parts in yesterday.
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Ram van man where / what site can I find the clutches and steals also a bolt in overrunning clutch,and a front flex band Borg Warner? I got all the rest of the parts in yesterday.
www.makcotransmissionparts.com this is the company i order from they are the best!
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Ramvan I rebuilt my tranny and it will not come out of first tore it back down and the drum next to the front pump was grooved and I know that could stop it from the band catching and letting the transmission slip but just in case wat r the valve body adjustment specs and both band specks another tranny tech told me its proble in the valve body since I replaced those valves u told me to....many I got the adjustment wrong any other thoughts?
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Ramvan I rebuilt my tranny and it will not come out of first tore it back down and the drum next to the front pump was grooved and I know that could stop it from the band catching and letting the transmission slip but just in case wat r the valve body adjustment specs and both band specks another tranny tech told me its proble in the valve body since I replaced those valves u told me to....many I got the adjustment wrong any other thoughts?
If you go to sonnax website and put the part number in for those valves it will have a page where you can download the installation instructions which have all the steps and measurements WITH PHOTOS! to properly calibrate those new valves. There really SHOULDN'T be ANY reason for calibration because they are direct replacement parts. If you aren't able to leave 1st gear and the direct drum is grooved then it may be the front servo it could be leaking OR it could be getting stuck, sonnax has a repair for that. Matter fact these transmissions are famous for there 2-3 long slide shifts and thats because the fluid leaks between the servo pin and cover. If you have anymore questions try emailing me because I have been having trouble getting onto the site, I think they blocked my IP or something, probably since I travel often. It could be the governor valves in the valve body but the groove on the direct drum worries me, if you can email me a photo so I have a better idea of what kind of groove that would help. I will PM you my email if you don't have it.
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