Marlin Crawler has been rebuilding Toyota transmissions for over 30 years. Through our vast driving experience and mechanical expertise, we have developed advanced rebuilding techniques that increase the transmission's durability, longevity, and performance. Our transmissions far exceed Toyota OEM standards. Because of this, we rebuild high quality transmissions for many Toyota Dealerships, countless Competition Rock Crawling Buggies, Baja 1000, Desert Race classes 1450 & 7s, Off-Road Stadium Race Trucks, and Drag Supra Racing Teams. The prestige of our transmissions has been featured at numerous car shows including multiple entries to the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show and the Canadian Off Road Expo.
This rebuild includes many of our high level rebuilding methods and techniques, including the basic procedure of removing each and every part, and thoroughly cleaning, inspecting, and servicing as required. This includes all seals, gaskets, synchros, gears, retainers, shafts, clips, forks and housings. Prices assume the exchange of a serviceable core- PLEASE READ OUR CORE POLICY!!!. Transmissions feature a one-year unlimited mile warranty. Please note: We use security paint on assemblies to warrant or void a warranty. No issue will be accepted if this security paint has been disrupted.
Our Rebuilt W56-A Transmission Includes:
- Heavy Duty Shifter Seat & Socket
- Reconditioned Shifter Base
- Heavy Duty EcoSeal Output Seal
Please note: To ensure the highest quality possible, all transmissions are hand-built-to-order. Therefore, there will be an estimated lead time on all orders placed. We will notify you by email once the transmission is shipped. Thank you for your patience and we hope you'll enjoy our long lasting transmission!
This product adheres to our refundable core charge policy.
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