Fig 3.3 Gearbox shafts
Next Section: 6. Gearbox: examination and renovation
5.1 Note method used to compress shock absorber spring before removing or refitting input shaft rear bearing
5.3 Input shaft shock absorber can be easily dismantled once rear bearing is removed
5.4 Fit spring seat, spring and shock absorber as shown - note shoulder and circlip groove on shaft rear end
5.5 Rear bearing should be tapped down to shoulder until circlip can be fitted, and then drawn back against circlip tp produce correct installed length
5.8 Use bearing puller as shown to remove shaft bearings
5.9a Fit shim and 5th gear pinion centre bush to output shaft as shown.....
5.9b .....followed by the 5th gear pinion and a second shim, and the rear bearing.....
5.9c .....which is fitted as shown to rest against the centre bush and shim
5.10a Fit the 3th gear pinion as shown over the shaft front end followed by a circlipand a splined thrust washer
5.10b 2nd gear pinion rotates on a split-cage needle roller bearing
5.10c Fit th 2nd gear pinion as shown.....
5.10d .....pinion is located by a splined thrust washer and secured by a circlip
5.11a Fit 4th gear pinion as shown, followed by shim and 1st gear pinion centre bush
5.11b Fit 1st gear pinion as shown, followed by.....
5.11c .....shim and shaft front bearing
5.11d Note method used to refit gearbox bearings to shafts