This Is Listing Is For (1) One Relined A727 - 727 TF8 - 36RH - 37RH / A518 - 518 - 46RE - 46RH / A618 - 618 - 47RE - 47RH / 48RE Heavy Duty Slip-in Red-Eagle Front Band 1962-on.
This Snap-in Or Sometimes Referred To As A Slip-in Band Allows The Install Without Removing The Transmission From The Vehicle.
Professional Install Is Strongly Recommended!
This Band Can Be Used In These Transmissions,
- A727 - 727
- TORQUEFLITE 8
- A518 - 518
- A618 - 618
These Transmissions Are Found In A Wide Variety Of Mopar Vehicles Such As,
This Listing Is For (1) One Band That Comes With,
- (1) One Relined Heavy Duty Red-Eagle Front Band (Slip-in Type).
This A727 / A518 / A618 / 48RE Heavy Duty Red-Eagle Front Band Will Add These Features;
- This band is constructed of durable steel.
- Can be used under extreme heavy duty or performance applications.
- Provides better holding capacity and longer transmission life.
- ALLOWS INSTALL WITHOUT REMOVING THE TRANSMISSION
- This Band Will Retrofit On 1962-up Transmissions.
Will Not Work On Transmissions That Are Still In The Vehicle And Use The Rigid Solid Band Since If The Solid Band Is Broken You Can Not Remove It Unless The Transmission Is Out Of The Vehicle.
This Band Is Not Recommended To Be Used If Doing A Transmission Rebuild.
Please Note: This Band Will Not Fix A Worn Drum And Servo.
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Was a life saver not having to pull the trans out of the truck. Been in several.weeks.now and still working fine. ??
Great product. Will hold at a much greater than OEM band. Slid right into place. Took Me about 45 minutes as I was a first timer.
I installed it yesterday into my 1999 Dodge Ram that has about 230,000 miles. It was a fairly difficult job, but it solved the problem of the transmission slipping from first to third gear. Without this fix, it would probably be heading to the junkyard since a rebuilt transmission costs more than the book value of the truck. If I need any other transmission parts I will take a look at your site first.
Easy install, when out of band adjustment and the drum is in good condition this is an inexpensive repair to complete.