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Old 11-18-2018, 12:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've read through most of bone's posts regarding transmission tech and am having issues finding good pictures of the gear/ sleeve deburring process. I've gotten a lot of differing opinions on how this should be done. Bone suggests a 120 grit flap disc multiple times and none of the pictures associated with this process exist any more. I've also been told to use a brass wire wheel on a bench grinder and a steel wire wheel. In a perfect world I'd send everything off for REM polishing, but this is a street car and a lower power d-series.

Anyone have some info/ pictures on this?

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