WTB: VANAGON automatic (EDITED)

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WTB: VANAGON automatic (EDITED)

Post by Piledriver » Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:45 pm

WTB: VANAGON automatic in central/north Texas/S OK area.
Just Scored a T3 unit locally for the T3.

May have the T3 auto axles for sale, I need Vanagon auto axles for the 944T rear suspension...
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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by one4house » Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:26 pm

Piledriver wrote:WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred) in central/north Texas/S OK area.
Were you ever able to score one? PM me if you are still looking.

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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by Piledriver » Tue Jan 28, 2014 8:49 pm

one4house wrote:
Piledriver wrote:WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred) in central/north Texas/S OK area.
Were you ever able to score one? PM me if you are still looking.
You have a PM.
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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by sharkskinman » Sun Jun 28, 2015 9:30 pm

You find one? I'm in new Orleans and I have one

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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by Piledriver » Sun Jun 28, 2015 10:42 pm

Still looking but broke at the moment, just blew my cash prepping for a couple weeks of vacation building motors and installing a long deferred AC system.
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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by Piledriver » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:29 am

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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by dstar5000 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:48 pm

I got a T4 flexplate, upgraded bolts from Jake and a torque convertor.... I have a company 10 miles from the house that can cut the convertor and reset the stall to pretty close whatever you want...
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Re: WTB: T4 automatic (411/3.67 final preferred)

Post by Piledriver » Wed Apr 05, 2017 2:14 am

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dstar5000 wrote:
Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:48 pm
I got a T4 flexplate, upgraded bolts from Jake and a torque convertor.... I have a company 10 miles from the house that can cut the convertor and reset the stall to pretty close whatever you want...
I could def use a good T4 flexplate and bolts, the converters are pretty brutal to ship, PM me.
Whats the converter code ? (stamped by one of the flexplate lugs) a "Z" I might want...

Late Vanagon units stall ~2700ish with the stock motor, so ~3K with anything much healthier, which is ~perfect, although the stock one that I have probably stalls around 1200 RPM... which was a lot of what was so doggy about the early autos, VW figured that out on later models.
Who does the converters near you?
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