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Hi almc3, Just wondering if you got my message. I will take the flywheel and injector part as well as the leads. Let me know the cost and how you want to do this.
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Hi Mountain man - sorry - have not been on line for a couple of days - I will take the flywheel of the engine block and weigh to work out postage -should be able to do that tomorrow and get a quote Monday - will PM you
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Parts sent Friday 16/3/18 -you should have them delivered by Aust . Post next Tuesday . If you need any other engine parts for 2.7 let me know - Cheers.
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Absolutely important: The gearbox and the torque converter have to be installed as one unit. Otherwise you risk damaging the oil pump gears on the transmission. You need to make sure the converter is properly seated in the transmission before installing it.
Do anyone knows correct installation depth for converter? Mine is about 5mm outside of bellhousing. Can not get it any deeper. (2,7 CDR)

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Do anyone knows correct installation depth for converter? Mine is about 5mm outside of bellhousing. Can not get it any deeper. (2,7 CDR)
Check out my topic here, I may have posted something about the torque converter depth.
https://sprinter-source.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=45933

I'll look over my pictures from the rebuild process (plenty more than in the topic) later, maybe there is extra information.
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Check out my topic here, I may have posted something about the torque converter depth.
https://sprinter-source.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=45933

I'll look over my pictures from the rebuild process (plenty more than in the topic) later, maybe there is extra information.
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Unfortunetly I didn't find this information on topic. I'm litle bit confused because according my WJ manual converter should be 19mm inside the bellhousing and I have 5mm outside. Anyway I should get abaut 4mm clearence to flexplate acc. to my measuremens. It feels than converter is fully seated, but I'm quite worried abaut it anyway.
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I installed transmission today. I had few mm clearence to flex plate (look bolt hole). Should be ok (I hope) didn't have to use any force. We get snow soon here in Finland so have to get this done soon....

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And here is reason for this nonsence. Starter ring after 320 000 km
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It looks to me that you have it correctly engaged. If the Torque converter was not sufficiently inserted in the trans it would butt up hard against the flex plate before the trans fully matted with the engine.
Snow you can keep that I complain when the overnight temps drop to +5C in winter.
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