(Login fairlaniac) Forum Owner Posted Apr 22, 2010 6:54 AM
I've never actually done a repair, I've always done a rebuild from start to finish but I would think all you need to do is start to push the cluster shaft out the back enough where it is loose. Insert the dummy right behindit and push the cluster shaft out. Keep the dummy against as you push so no bearings fall out. One the dummy shaft is in the cluster gear you should be able to pust it aside and insert the input shaft, bring the cluster gear back into position and start the cluster shaft from the rear and have it push out the dummy shaft. You may need a little screw driver to move the end washers around. These are the "D" shaped washers between the case and the cluster gear on the inside. They will move a round a bit a prevent the cluster shaft from coming through, use the screwdriver to move the washer around until the shaft passes through.