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Can you send me a pic of the parts you need to put back in?
Thank you. Chat with you latter on today.
Can you include a pic of the thrust washer please?
If you look on the gear you will see that the washer will only fit on it one way and line up with the raised "bump" on the outer edge of the washer.
Run your finger around the out side edge of the washer. You will fell a bump. if you look in the pics you posted of the washer in your hand, you can see that on the outer edge of the washer going around the washer, there is a spot where there is a "hill". if you also look at the top of the gear where the washer fit, there is a "hill" there as well that matches the washer.
Look back at the first pic you posted of the washer, the key way in the center of the washer is at 12 oclock, the "hill is at three oclock. in the pic you just posted, the hill is at 12 oclock.
The notches do not matter, they are there for oil to get into the bearing between the gear and shaft. Do you see what I am saying about the washer?
The scoring is normal wear and tear. You are looking to deep and not seeing the simple things. put the washer back in your hand and send me a pic, leave the washer in your hand till I have a chance to see the pic and then I can guide you so you can see what I am saying.
That is perfect. Now look at the washer. Most washers are perfectly round. If you look at the washer where your index finger and middle finger come together you will see the washer is not perfectly round, there is a bump right there at the webbing of your hand. Do you see what I am saying?
Now look straight down at the gear the washer sits on and there is a matching bump that will line up perfectly with the washer. You will have to flip the washer over to the other side and the washer will fit on the gear and the bumps will line up.
I believe that you are correct, you do have the washer sitting in the gear in the pic you sent. This is an older transmission with a new set of thrust washers in it. For your transmission the washer does not matter what side is up and what side is down. I would put the washer back in with the worn section facing the worn section on the gear so it is back in the same way it came out.
The new style gear has this washer locked to the gear by the bump and key way hole, and your transmission has the washer just free float.
Yes and no. with it being a free floating washer, it will not be able to sling much oil.
Yes the notch is for the later design that had a key way that the washer would be held in place so it would spin with the shaft, not the gears.
If you can send me a pic of both sides of the hub, I can tell you what side goes where.
OK so you are talking about the slide that fits over the hub. Stand the hub up and send me a pic so I can see the two sides and the grove the fork sits in and I can tell you what way it goes.
I can tell you how it is clocked as well, bu I need to see the teeth as well as the orientation of the grove for the fork.
You are very welcome. chat with you tomorrow.
Can you stand the hub up so I can see into the center please? With it laying flat in your hand I can not see the locations of the off set teeth.
The slide, the part that fits over the hubs with the clutch dogs, and the shift fork will fit into the grove in the outter center.
You keep sending me way to many pics of the same thing and not what I ask for. This only confuses both of us. I have tried to give you very specific details of what pics I need, and you seem to always send something totally the opposite of what I am asking for. I know you are frustrated, and may not always understand what I am asking for. You need to slow down just a little bit and let me guide you through this. It really is not a difficult transmission to put back together. It would probably be easier if you just layed all the parts out in the order that you think they should go in as well as the direction you think they go, and take one pic of all of them. If I need a specific pic I will ask for it.