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was able to tap the 5 th gear in flush where it should of been so the pulley and splines will be at 100 % contact
Quotewas able to tap the 5 th gear in flush where it should of been so the pulley and splines will be at 100 % contactTap 5th gear in? Hitting the gear is bad for the ball bearing (cross load of bearing)... 5th gear running position is up against the big ball bearing on the inside. It should be pulled into the bearing, reacting on the inner race only to avoid cross loading the bearing.5 th gear was not a tight fit in bearing as it moved back into case , so lite tap with piece of wood easy does it , put it back where it should of been , after close insp, of threads on gear it was bad from nut walking , so new gear & bearing is replaced. hold up now is buddy can't find gear push /puller to set the gear into the bearing . anyone have any home made ideas or tips to get it done right ? thanks .
GOOD 1 on the puller . think heavy PCV for round stock would work? But 1 st thing mon i'll stop by tool rental place . they have a lot of items i can pick from . so that may be the fastest . bearing sliped fitted in the case after a freezer trip. new fag bearing #8996A(Canada) has plastic retainer not impressed with this bear- seems to have more play than the old one . so can't use the heat . i was planning on a freezer for the gear with lite grease on the inner bearing race. what your OP on this ? condensation still going to be a binding problem .thanks for the infro.
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