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Looks like it may be the end of a planetary pin. They have a slot in them where the lockplate sits to ensure they don't come out of the carrier. Does it look like the flat side is broken off of another piece? I'll find/post a pic of a pin to show you what they look like.
 

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Is that pin interferance fit? trying to understand how it could have spun. If it did.

Yes I'll be taking trans apart.
 

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Well here it is:

http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn315/bigcrunch69/100_0547.jpg

http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn315/bigcrunch69/100_0546.jpg

http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn315/bigcrunch69/100_0548.jpg


I checked the gears looks like no damage to it and carrier but I plan to take it apart for closer inspection.

Pin was rubbing on reverse piston
http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn315/bigcrunch69/100_0540.jpg

Who makes a quality pin set? I have seen the type with nuts on the end will that style work for me?

Planet carrier has 1405 5205 stamped on it.

Thanks!!!
 

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You can use the lockplate style or the bolt-in; either work just fine. Any trans company or dealer will have them. I'd use a dab of blue Loctite on whatever style you use for the fasteners.
 

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You can use the lockplate style or the bolt-in; either work just fine. Any trans company or dealer will have them. I'd use a dab of blue Loctite on whatever style you use for the fasteners.
Which is a better style? and quality (USA steel ??) wise what brand?
 

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There is a nice pin set available that uses the small allen bolts to stop pin rotation and has nuts on the back side to hold them in. They will be a drop in for that carrier.


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