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Old 01-15-2013, 08:30 PM   #10
athomerecords25 OP
Joined: Apr 2012
Location: Oakley, CA
Oddometer: 146
Originally Posted by FJ_Kevin View Post
These usually go together pretty easy.

First, are you sure all the gears are in the right order on the shafts?

You can put them together on the bench to make sure the gears on each shaft mesh with their partners on the other shaft and the shafts are still parallel ( will also list the number of teeth on each gear if you need to check).

If you are pulling parts from multiple sources be careful about using the correct shift fork in the right place. Any chance a 465 fork from a 5-speed is in there?

Good luck, let us know how it turns out!

You may be on to something as my Shift Fork that has a number 2 on it, I believe has 4-5 on the flip side. I will go into the garage and check for sure tomorrow.

I think I am going to halt on everything until I can order another Manual.
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