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Old 06-27-2009
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Icon6 HELP A4LD REBUILD NEEDED

I have a 1994 Ranger lifted and all that jazz. Work on body stuff well but only ok on drive train. I need help ?? Bought this truck for $350.00 with the knowledge of transmnission and starter out. Upon getting truck home and removing the transmission i found the fly wheel torn away from starter and adapter to engine craked with guide ring section missing. replaced tc, flywheel and adapter reinstalled transmission. drained fluid and pin fell out. picture on profile . after refilling fluid no go go. does anyone no what this pin is ? and can i replace without a complete rebuild?

Please any help thank you
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