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The FSM has the key to decoding the G or GM number... should be in the stickies in the c900 forum. In this case, the fact that it's a G and not a GM means pre '86, so that's small drivers/pinion/synchros. Of course, 30 years later, it's impossible to know what parts may have been swapped or changed or replaced, but in my experience when it comes to c900 transmissions most people just find one that works and put it in.
 

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18-22 lb ft on an M14 should never crack a transmission, either direction. And, at least for me, it never has. But you you those Jiffy Lube people who would rather put another 10 or 20 on it to stop leaks because they don't have the right sealing washer or are too cheap to use it or whatever. Actually, to be fair, it's probably NOT Jiffy Lube but lazy owners etc. My '85 came to me with a cracked case, so now I just never remove the drain.

 
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