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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Fernandez View Post
    Oh it’ll be much more than that if you allow Sean to decide which parts need to be replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supercharged111 View Post
    I heard the bearings were a pain, so no thanks.
    What's hard about the bearings? The input shaft blind hole bearing is the only one to consider hard. If they look good fine. If they look bad, and are bad, why would you leave them in there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fbody383 View Post
    What's hard about the bearings? The input shaft blind hole bearing is the only one to consider hard. If they look good fine. If they look bad, and are bad, why would you leave them in there?
    I'm ASSuming it'll be beautimous in there. I may have misspoken on the bearings, maybe it was the gears themselves. Syncros just slide right out, yeah? I'm only half remembering an article I read.
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    Off the top of my head all the "synchro" assemblies press on the mainshaft. Have to pull them to change the blocker rings that are on the back side. In theory you could change keys and springs but that would really suck.
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