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Unread 02-15-2002, 12:07 PM   #1
odyss3y
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Location: 2002 WRX & 1993 YJ
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killed my tranny

awhile back I killed my transmission in my 93 yj. I ended up getting a new WRX figuring I was going to sell the Jeep, but I kept the Jeep and now I wanna fix it. First gear is toast, I think I messed up the synchros. I'm not sure if I want to have this one rebuilt or just get a seperate rebuilt one. Is there a common upgrade out there for this? I would be doing the installation of the tranny, but not the actual rebuilding if thats the way I go. I have the 2.5 so I don't need anything huge. Thanks in advance for any advice given!

Dave

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