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dam how much to have you assembl this for me but seriously lol, looking to get my trans fixed
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Input shaft assembly continued

Fifth gear can now be installed. Take note of the circle below, this is the direction that the gear gets installed onto the shaft.



This gear has to be pressed on so you will only be able to push it on so far. When installed as far as it can go by hand this is what it will look like.





Place the entire assembly into a shop press as shown CAREFULLY.



MAKE SURE that the blocker rings line up with the notches in the synchro as circled.



Slowly begin applying pressure to press the gear all the way on until it stops. When pressed on it will look as pictured below.



Now you can thread the 5th gear nut on snug by hand.



Place the entire input shaft assembly in the V-Clamps of the vise the same way as described in the very first steps. Place an adjustable wrench on the nut and torque it tightly.



Now get a mini sledge and a punch as pictured.



Place the punch on any section on the collar of the nut between the teeth of the gear and hit it hard and firm with the sledge to place a dimple in it.



Do this in three different spots around the nut.



The input shaft is now complete.


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Good info JT! Keep the pics and writeup coming!
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3/4 shift fork assembly

This is fairly simple, you only need to pound out one roll pin. The punch in the picture below works best for doing this, however, you can use anything that will basically fit in the hole and pound the pin out.



Place the fork rail assembly in a vise as shown. Tap out the pin circled below.



Once the pin is tapped out the end piece can be slid off from the rail as well as the old 3/4 fork. Slide the new one on in the same orientation.



Once the pin is tapped back in this is what it will look like.

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Shift extender installation

I didn't get many pictures of this process. The picture below shows what two pins need to be tapped out. The bigger pin is in there tight so don't be afraid to hit it pretty good with a mini sledge. Once the two pins are tapped out the entire rail can be slid out that goes through the shift extender as well as the shift selector. Place the new extender in place of the old one. You can also install the selector at this time if you have a new one needing to go in.



This is what it looks like completed and put back together.

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Thanks dude!
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are u able 2 replace the tob fork without taking out the tranny case?
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Yes you can, the video on the first page shows you how to take the internals out without taking the tranny out of the car.
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ahhh... You have to take the case off to get to the TOB fork.

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so i can or cant ..lol!!
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you have to remove the tran case to remove the TOB fork.
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the transmission does not have to be removed from the car...the video on page two explains how to get the internals out without removing the trans.
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the transmission does not have to be removed from the car...the video on page two explains how to get the internals out without removing the trans.
He wants to remove the Throw Out Bearing fork.....you arent going to pull that through the case since it is inside the bellhousing.

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