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I've got a brand spankin' new TKO for my '68 and I need to load 3 qts of
GM Synchromesh into it. Up until now I've been assuming I just needed to
remove the upper square-headed drain plug, run some tubing in, and dump
the stuff in. But now that it's come time to do it, I want to be sure that's correct.
Is it? Or is there some other way I'm supposed to do this. I got NO documentation
when I bought this thing, and the shop I bought it from is closed for the weekend.
Help!
 

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1966 'A' code GT fastback. Ivy Green Metallic. 327ci. Not terribly stock anymore.
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That would be the method of choice.
 

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I guess I stopped because from under the car, it just didn't look like 3 qts of
anything would fit in the space below that fill plug. I have visions of pricey
Synchromesh running all over my floor. I guess I'm just being anal - is that bad? :)
 

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Hey, at $8 a qt its ok! That stuff ain't cheap, let alone the fact you have to tread upon a GM dealership to get it... Guess there was one downside to getting a Tremec /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
 
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