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I was wondering who of you TX guys have done a JMOD and also if you were kind enough to help me do it? I am located in El Paso, TX and I could send you the parts needed. I do not have the tools to do it. Lemme know what can be done.

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Car is/will not be driveable for a while, that is why I ask..
 

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i have done four jmods before, first two werent even my car ;) buy me a plane ticket, cabron :D
 

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I did about 2 years ago. Not too tough.
Only the 1-2 and valvebody mods, but good enough for me.

Heck I have a 95 with around 180,000 miles on it, tranny doing fine. (knock, knock)
 

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big mike said:
i have done four jmods before, first two werent even my car ;) buy me a plane ticket, cabron :D

Este wey. Screw you cabron, I aint paying you a plane ticket. How bout if I send you the VB and you do it for me?! Plus, I start school in 1 week, and after that no time will I have to fool around. Or if any other would like to do me that favor, let me know.
 

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Este wey. Screw you cabron, I aint paying you a plane ticket. How bout if I send you the VB and you do it for me?! Plus, I start school in 1 week, and after that no time will I have to fool around. Or if any other would like to do me that favor, let me know.
you could just send me the plate, the valve body is heavy. there are some parts you need to replace or remove inside the tranny case, like pistons and springs. you got the tools and knowledge to do that?
 

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big mike said:
you could just send me the plate, the valve body is heavy. there are some parts you need to replace or remove inside the tranny case, like pistons and springs. you got the tools and knowledge to do that?
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Want to buy headlights that look brand new for alot cheaper? PM me to find out more about my headlight cleaning business. Do NOT PM me asking me how to clean them! And Jmod plates drilled and ready to go. Give me a holler!
 

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big mike said:

Hahahahahaha...... And no Mike, i do not have the tools nor the knowledge.
 

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hop on some local mustang forums. ill bet a few of them have done a jmod before.
 

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its actually really easy. the only difficult part is putting in one of the servos ( i can't remember which one ), and keeping track of all the balls. other than that, it's a cinch.
 

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Ive had trouble with one of the servo's .. with the spring installed, it was hard to push up far enough to put the Snap ring in. I ended up using a floor jack to push it up the first time I did it.
After that I made my own installation tool with a bent bracket that bolts on around the bore with a bolt in the middle to compress the piston. It isnt completely necessary to replace the servo either. That was about the only hard part about doing the J mod - and keeping fluid from getting everywhere.

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Oh you'll be wearing fluid alright.
 
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