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The Transmission Rebuild

#13 the shift fork shaft simply slides out. The shaft is also accessible from the other side of the trans, thru the allen plug.

#14 shows the transmission's 3 sliding gears, and the red lines point to the grooves in the same gears, where the forks ride on the edge of the gears, you can see the engagement dogs.

#15 removing the lock tabs for the main sprocket nut, threaded on the end of the shaft is the guide for the deep JIMS machine tool. Both the shaft's end and the main sprocket nut are LEFT HAND THREADS.

#16 removal of the nut, I can usually hold the pulley by hand.

#17 remove the trap door's 5/16 and 1/4 inch bolts.

#18 shows the spacer behind the shafts retaining nuts. Removal of these two nuts with a 1-1/16 socket. This step isn't usually done, but since I am replacing these bearings OUTSIDE of the transmission, I would just rather have them loose now. Many of these steps can be done in no particular order...and to pull the gear-set to install a 6 can just leave nuts alone, unless you are reusing your trap door.. right hand threads.



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Old 05-05-2008, 08:53 PM
One mile from home.
Awesome job Brad! Read the entire thing and only fell asleep once.

I'm curious about the powder process, they looked to have bead blasted everything?

Clean work bro!
Old 05-08-2008, 06:03 AM
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yes Markee, i use Powder and Performance Coatings out of Richmond, Va. everything is media blasted.
Old 05-13-2008, 09:44 PM
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Great thread, very informative! Thanks for sharing.

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