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Old 06-08-2008, 08:18 PM   #1
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gearbox stripage?

just stripping down the gear box to put in a new bearing on input shaft. got it out but stripping it down futher but stuck on where to go from the point i'm at?

as i cant put the bearing and shaft in.







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Old 06-08-2008, 10:44 PM   #2
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the gear sets need to be fully assembled and together as they are when you lift them out when refitting mate, have a look in the guides section there is a detailed breakdown of how to recon your box, some of its a bit vague but the basics will rally help you
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Old 07-08-2008, 11:43 AM   #3
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As Semtex said, its easier to rebuild if you take the motion shafts out on the box in one piece (well they come out together). IIRC you select 3rd or 4th gear (I can't remeber which) and with a bit of persuation they should lift out. When your putting them back in build up the synrcos and put both shafts back in at the same time by selecting 3rd or 4th (again I can't remember which, and the selecter 'lugs' will line up.
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Remove the reverse selector to give yourself some more room to work:



Then knock through the roll pin holding the vertical selector in place:



Remove selector, be careful of the spring, plastic washer etc. and remember which order it came out!

You can then pull out both gear shafts and both selectors in one go (or remove the secondary shaft and two selectors in your case):



In Haynes fashion, refitting is the reverse of removal.
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Old 07-08-2008, 03:27 PM   #5
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awesome. cheers guys i'll crack on!!

only stripped it right out as i'm rebuilding it at the same time
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Old 22-10-2016, 07:45 PM   #6
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Thread resurrection!

I'm struggling with this bit, any tips? I'm using a punch and lump hammer on the bench. I got it to move about 1mm but no more.

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Then knock through the roll pin holding the vertical selector in place:


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Old 23-10-2016, 04:44 PM   #7
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Make sure you are hitting it the right way. In the picture above, you want to be hitting it on the other side (the side that isn't pictured. The pin is wedge shaped and only goes one way.
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I found that bit to be a real pain when I stripped mine, maybe I had it the wrong way round!
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Cheers, thats good to know as ive been hitting it from that side, access on the reverse isn't very good though and it also has a domed end so may have to try using a lever. Also mine doesn't have the 3x relief cuts shown in that pic.
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Aye, there are two different types, but same rule applies. Bastard to get out, with a longish punch you can get a reasonable hit on it, helps if you can fix the selector in position to stop it moving about. Its nice and easy to put back in!
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