11 Best Automotive Replacement Transmission Snap Rings

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Automotive Replacement Transmission Snap Rings in 2020


AODE 4R70W Transmission Snap Ring for Overdrive Servo Assembly

AODE 4R70W Transmission Snap Ring for Overdrive Servo Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Want to make sure this part will fit on a specific Year/Make/Model? Call us at 1-877-782-5582.
  • Phoenix Transmission Parts is a worldwide leader in Automatic Transmission Parts and Torque Converters.

Internal And External Snap Ring Retaining Ring Assortment Kit 600 Pc.300 + 300

Internal And External Snap Ring Retaining Ring Assortment Kit 600 Pc.300 + 300
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • External and Internal Snap Ring Assortment Kits 600 pieces

K-Tool International KTI-00077 Snap Ring Assortment Kit

K-Tool International KTI-00077 Snap Ring Assortment Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Contains product assortment map for easy identification of components
  • Packaged in a multicompartment, refillable plastic case

Dorman 799-323 E-Clip and Snap Ring Assortment Value Pack - 305 Piece

Dorman 799-323 E-Clip and Snap Ring Assortment Value Pack - 305 Piece
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Pack includes 305 assorted e-clips and snap rings
  • Also suitable for many industrial and commercial uses

AC Delco 77798 SN Snap Ring, Front Planet to

AC Delco 77798 SN Snap Ring, Front Planet to
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Omix-Ada 16536.23 Axle Snap Ring

Omix-Ada 16536.23 Axle Snap Ring
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • OE Style
  • Direct Fit
  • Limited 5 Year Warranty

Omix-Ada 18892.56 Snap Ring

Omix-Ada 18892.56 Snap Ring
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 2.80 mm
  • OE Style
  • Direct Fit
  • Limited 5 Year Warranty

Crown Automotive J8134073 Snap Ring

Crown Automotive J8134073 Snap Ring
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Manual Trans Snap Ring
  • Cluster Gear Bearing - Located in Front of 5th Gear

4 in 1 Snap Ring Pliers Plier Set Circlip Combination Retaining Clip $0 SHIP New

4 in 1 Snap Ring Pliers Plier Set Circlip Combination Retaining Clip $0 SHIP New
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Perfect for use with 3/8" to 2" internal snap rings
  • Precision tips with black oxide finish
  • Drop forged, heat treated steel
  • Cushioned PVC handle grips
  • 100% quality and Brand new.

Genuine Toyota Snap Ring For Rear Axle Shaft

Genuine Toyota Snap Ring For Rear Axle Shaft
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 1984-2002 4Runner, 1968-1970 Crown, 1993-1998 T100, 1995-2004 Tacoma, 1969-1995 Pickup Truck, 2000-2006 Tundra
  • Genuine Toyota Product
  • A high quality OEM replacement toyota
  • Snap Ring For Rear Axle Shaft
  • Backed by 1 year or 12k warranty which ever comes first

A500 A518 TRANSMISSION Overdrive Direct Snap Ring 1988-2004

A500 A518 TRANSMISSION Overdrive Direct Snap Ring 1988-2004
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Phoenix Transmission Parts is a worldwide leader in Automatic Transmission Parts and Torque Converters.
  • Want to make sure this part will fit on a specific Year/Make/Model? Call us at 1-877-782-5582.

The Stages and Transmission of Chagas Disease

Chagas Disease is an infection caused by the parasite Trypanosoma Cruzi. Chagas Disease was named after a Brazilian physician and infectologist Carlos Chagas, who first described the disease in 1909.

Chagas Disease is found mostly in the poor and rural areas of Central and South America including Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. It is also sometimes transmitted in the United States.

Chagas Disease manifests in two stages: An Acute Stage that develops soon after infection and a Chronic Stage that can develop over a period of ten years. In the acute phase a local skin nodule may appear at the site of the inoculation. When the inoculation site is the conjunctival mucous membranes, the patient may develop unilateral periorbital edema, conjunctivitis and preauricular lymphadentis. Although the acute phase is usually asymptomatic, the disease can also present fever, anorexia, lymphadenopatthy, mild hepatosplenomegaly and myocarditis. About 10-20% of acute cases resolve over a period of two to three months into a asymptomatic chronic stage. Unfortunately the disease reappears after several years.

The symptomatic chronic stage may not occur for years or even decades after the initial infection. Chronic infections result in various neurological disorders including dementia, damage to the heart muscle and sometimes it causes dilation of the digestive tract and weight loss. Swallowing may be the first symptom of digestive disturbances. This often leads to malnutrition. After several years of an asymptomatic period 27% of those infected develop cardiac damage, 6% develop digestive damage and 3% show peripheral nervous involvement. Chagas Disease can be fatal if it is left untreated. Most fatalities from this disease are a result of Cardiomyopathy.

Transmission can be made in several ways. Eighty percent of human cases are infected by vectorial transmission which is by the feces of the tritominae. Transmission can also be made by transplacental. A mother with an acute or chronic infection passes the trypanosomes to her unborn child. It has been verified that children born to infected mothers sometimes were not infected with the disease. Transfusion of infected blood is another way of transmission. Sometimes donors ignore the fact that they are infected. The blood is then passed on through transfusion and the recipients are infected. A large percentage of infections are transmitted this way. It is also possible for an infected mother to pass the disease to a child by the breast milk. Although this is very rare, it is advisable that infected mothers not breast feed. Accidental contamination in a laboratory can also result in transmission. There are many cases of accidental infections that are caused by the manipulation of kissing bed bugs, infected animals or biological material from sick people or infected animals. There are also cases of infection caused by the management of infected animals, such as skinning wild or semi-domestic animals. Try panosomes have been found in dogs saliva with high parasitism. The final source of transmission is through contaminated food such as poultry and beef. This is accidental and might happen when eating food that has had contact with the feces from infected bed bugs. This way of transmission is very rare.

It is rumored that Charles Darwin suffered from Chagas Disease as a result of a bite from the so-called Great Black Bug of the Pampas (Vinchuca). The Chronic stages of Chagas Disease remains a major health problem in many Latin American Countries, despite efforts to minimize transmission. Great steps continue to be made to control and eliminate Chagas Disease. Officials remain hopeful that total elimination of the transmission of Chagas Disease could be achieved as soon as the year 2020.

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