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Did I do the almost impossible?

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    Did I do the almost impossible?

    Ok well im sure some of you read my previous posts about my tranny being bad well the guy took it out lastnight and told me that I snapped the clutch fork in half. Now how hard is that to do?

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    Didn't see your previous posts. If you have an LT1( pre'98) Fcar then , ya, you could have broken a clutch fork as the had them. An LS1 Fcar does not have a clutch fork so you would have done the impossible. That said, the clutch shift fork for an LT1 T56 is VERY stout and I would want to see the broken part before I believe it to be true.
    If what he was talking about is a damaged 3/4 shift fork( internal/ aluminum) thats not particularly new / its a known issue , along with the fix= an iron fork. Again I don't believe "snapped the fork in half" without pics .They wear but are most rare to break.

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