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 Posted: 05-04-2016 07:26 pm
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Location: Mission Viejo, California USA
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On the shaft and inside the steel inner part of the gear there is a ribbed piece of sheet metal which is sort of sprung loaded between the output shaft's boss were the gear is positioned and the ID of the gears metal hub. I have driven the gear off the shaft with a hammer and punch being careful to go around and around to move the gear down the shaft as evenly as I can.

Once you have serviced the the 4 speed gear box I used some tubing to set the gear back onto the shaft as this is square and keeps the pressing operation even on re-positioning the gear.

Last edited on 05-04-2016 07:27 pm by atgparker