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Hey everyone curious if anyone has used an rebuild kits from rockauto for a 4R70W trans
I have the 2002 GT 2v, love some advice on these products and if anyone has had experience with them and how’s the quality, appreciate the help.
Not running anything major under the hood basic bolt-one.

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https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...ement+kit,8532

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I'm afraid I'm not familiar enough with those brands. When I rebuilt the 4R70W in my old T-bird, I got all my parts from a local supplier and the only brand I remember is the Raybestos packaging for the frictions, as seen in the image below. My seals and gaskets came in a separate plastic bag that looked a lot like what I'm seeing in RockAuto's images for the PA Cargo kits, so maybe that's what they gave me... The only thing I didn't like about the kit was the cork pan gasket. Always use the reusable OE pan gasket, if you still have it and it isn't damaged.



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I've rebuilt a C6 and a GM turbo 350 with trans kits. I don't remember the brand but I know I picked a kit that was middle range price. Shop around the internet and pay close attention to what is included in the kit. Sometimes the front and rear bands have to be purchased separately.
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I'm afraid I'm not familiar enough with those brands. When I rebuilt the 4R70W in my old T-bird, I got all my parts from a local supplier and the only brand I remember is the Raybestos packaging for the frictions, as seen in the image below. My seals and gaskets came in a separate plastic bag that looked a lot like what I'm seeing in RockAuto's images for the PA Cargo kits, so maybe that's what they gave me... The only thing I didn't like about the kit was the cork pan gasket. Always use the reusable OE pan gasket, if you still have it and it isn't damaged.
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I've rebuilt a C6 and a GM turbo 350 with trans kits. I don't remember the brand but I know I picked a kit that was middle range price. Shop around the internet and pay close attention to what is included in the kit. Sometimes the front and rear bands have to be purchased separately.
Understable on both ends, I figure rockauto is a good source it’s where I find majority of my oem parts on there for the best price so, like you guys said look basically stay in middle priced range and if it’s “cheap cheap” probably junk right, wish I could find all oem parts for the rebuild but seems so difficult.
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