Transmission end play???????????????
I just rebuilt my 95 4l60e transmission and when I got to the point to check the end play, I found that I have none. I rebuilt the tranny with a probuilt kit and a TCI input shaft/drum because the stock one was cracked. The probuilt kit came with a #68 selective washer (same as stock), now the TCI kit came with a new lo reverse roller clutch race to accept a bearing. I compared the stock race and thrust washer with the TCI race and bearing, and the TCI race and bearing measured a few thousands smaller. So with the #68 selective washer and the new race with bearing I should have more end play, right? I am confussed and trying to find out what is wrong here, or if I just have to put a smaller selective washer in. I Know that everything is in right, all the way down to the position of the bearings. How critical is end play?
1987 firebird with a 1995 lt1...and a lot more