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Old 04-10-2008, 05:07 PM
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The Transmission Rebuild

#49 contents of the JIMS kit.

#50 shows the powdercoated trap door, ready for assembly.

#51 pressing in the new bearings, numbers pointing out if there are any, and only applying pressure to the outer race to not damage the bearing.

#52 new snap rings installed...

#53 here I am laying out most of the pieces I will need to stack this transmission back together. If its visible in the photo, the spacer slipped over the trap door end of the mainshaft has a small shoulder on it, up against the first spline. The countershaft spacer doesn't. It is flat...

#54 on this particular gear it's easiest to install the snap ring first, then slide on the thrust washer and bearing, before installing into the trap door. The dogs on the side of the mainshaft 4th gear make removal/installation of that one retaining ring difficult. It can be done out of order...but its a bit of a pain. So then the inner races of the bearings are supported, and the shafts pressed into the trap door bearings....with that one gear installed.



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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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