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|01-05-2014, 06:33 PM||#1|
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Getting reading to drop the engine for a tranny overhaul with my helper. Tired of going from 1st to neutral, or even slipping out of 2nd while in a turn at the track.
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|01-05-2014, 08:31 PM||#2|
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Get a bunch of zip-lock bags and a marker.
Bag up and label the bolts as they come out for each cover, upper crankcase half and lower crankcase half.
Take your time going back together, and make sure it shifts through all of the gears while spinning the input shaft before you completely bolt the case halves together.
I usually instal 4 large bolts after seating the case halves and verify the trans shifts.
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