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Old 07-02-2005, 19:36   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys, my toploader is a lil noisy in third and a lil slow to synro second, its a 30yo box and neva been touched, it's done henry proud! but it's due for that long hard earned freshen up. does any1 know where to get rebuild kits for these boxes, bearings syncros seals gaskets in 1 kit and do they make these kits wif betta bearings so they can take a bit more punishment torque and hp wise. I want to do this job myself so any advice would also be appreciated.
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hey guys, my toploader is a lil noisy in third and a lil slow to synro second, its a 30yo box and neva been touched, it's done henry proud! but it's due for that long hard earned freshen up. does any1 know where to get rebuild kits for these boxes, bearings syncros seals gaskets in 1 kit and do they make these kits wif betta bearings so they can take a bit more punishment torque and hp wise. I want to do this job myself so any advice would also be appreciated.

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I have no affiliation, though I know he can supply. The road race kit has increased load bearings. Otherwise you can buy a kit of ebay from the USA
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anywhere closer to melbourne
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anywhere closer to melbourne
Try Gt ford performance down there there web address is fomoco.com.au they sell the rebuild kits
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I bought one of gt performance's kit's and had no probs rebuilding my toploader.
Very comprehensive kit.
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