[WANTED] Fibre washer

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  1. Joe (dad help)

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    Hi is anybody willing to help a Scottish fellow mopar man
    I am looking for a fibre washasher that sits behind the oil pump and before the front clutch of a 727 torqueflite its .102" thick and sadly the one I have has snapped into three pieces. There is a company that is willing to sell me the part for a very reasonable $2.53 But the carriage is $25.50 for a small part that weighs very little its a bit much tried to source here in the U.K. But everyone over here wants to sell a complete rebuild kit. I rebuilt the gearbox a couple of thousand miles ago must have nicked the washer upon rebuild So if anyone could help me out I would be very grateful.
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    What’s the part number?
     
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    The only part number I have is 11122A is from trans parts online
     
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    Does this gasket in the picture look right?

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    It's not a gasket it's the fibre washer that fits in between the oil pump and the front clutch roughly 2.5 mm thick
     
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    Part number is #22211C not A as already quoted from transparts online
     
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    Found it, it would cost more for me to ship it than what they said.
     
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      Okay thank you very much for your help much appreciated
      Joe
       
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      what happens if, i have one and i mail it to you? is it still 25.00 american?
       
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      Is there is a tranny shop near u? They should have a fiber washer kit. But then it may cost u more. Do u have any other trannies u could strip down. U can put a little thicker washer between the 2 drums so u wouldn’t need such a thick 1 at the pump. Kim
       
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        Could tape it to a post card and mail it for $1.50

        For a letter check price group 5

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        • Joe (dad help)

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          I would like to thank you for help but I have decided to purchase thrust washer kit that way I can replace them all and be secure in the knowledge that I should not have any problems touch wood
          Once again thank you for your help
           
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            That’s the best. Kim
             
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