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Re: Transaxle rebuild recommendation

Thanks. Good info. Tom did my front locker. And I got the Decoupler frm him. It has leaked. Going to replace it and look at trans for wear. Al
al trease
7:33 AM
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55647

Re: Transaxle rebuild recommendation

Hi Al, It's an '03 2.5L. I don't drive aggressively, rarely drive over 60mph on the highways, and change my gear oil on a regular schedule. I do have taller
Luke Bakken
5:29 AM
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55646

Re: Transaxle rebuild recommendation

Sorry I see u have a subie. Which engine?
al trease
5:08 AM
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55645

Re: Transaxle rebuild recommendation

Wow. 50 grand sounds like a pretty short lifetime for any part, especially an expensive one. Do u have a conversion? Al
al trease
5:07 AM
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Transaxle rebuild recommendation

Hi everyone, Back in December, I had Tom Lengyel rebuild my Syncro's front final drive. His friendliness and his attention to detail impressed me so I decided
Luke Bakken
Apr 20
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55643

Decoupler Gasket Kit

I have a decoupler made by Kirk Meeks, it performs flawlessly!  Over the past few months it has developed a little leak.  I have gone through and done the
Mark Faulkner
Apr 20
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55642

Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter....

As far as I know there is only one viable replacement for a syncro and that's another syncro. To: Syncro@yahoogroups.com From: Syncro@yahoogroups.com Date:
jeb pronto
Apr 15
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Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter....

Side bar. I've owned a Subaru. Never had an attractive young woman walk up to the rig and want to talk about. It still happens with the Syncro and I'm a broken
al trease
Apr 15
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55640

Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter....

Amigaboy, A hell of a crazy rant. I for the same and a few of my own reasons. Strongly agree. Best, Hector form Miami: "1989 Syncro Westfalia/2.5 Subi" _____
Hector Erquiaga
Apr 15
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55639

Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter....

I think this article is 'off' for several reasons - not all of them logical (who cares about logic!): 1) I drive a Syncro because it's COOL, plain and simple.
soylentgreenchef
Apr 15
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55638

Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter than Your A

I bought my first syncro in 1997. Cost 16 grand. 50,000 miles. It sold for 18000 in 2009 w 160000 on it, (could have got a boat load more). I put $ into it,
trease a
Apr 15
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Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter than Your A

Interesting. Bought my Syncro seven passenger in 1999 for $7000.00. At the time the loan value was about $9000.00. This past year I invested about $15,000.00
arnold gentilezza
Apr 15
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55636

Re: Digest Number 6311

The 4x4 sprinter in camper finish would cost 130k and more. You have to compare the 45k 4x4 sprinter to an Syncro tin-top what goes for around 8k in good
Mike Reuter
Apr 15
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Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter than Your A

Sub prime loans? Will syncros ruin the economy this time? Al
al trease
Apr 14
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Re: The 2015 Sprinter 4x4 Is Cheaper, Safer, and Smarter than Your A

Well, the price of the Syncros is going sky high. I just saw one a 87 Westy Syncro go for a trade as a $105,000 down payment on a in Northern California and it
libertyeagle
Apr 14
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