I replaced #33I am trying to show that even when I rotate the main shaft the dogs don’t move they act like they are stuck against each other. They should rotate and then when I shift they go into the correct slot to change gears correct? I have the pick up on the top gear to get them to unstick. When I first took the cases apart I wanted to replace all the bearings so I basically destroyed the needle bearing trying to get it out come to find out they come with the case and you can’t buy them separate. So I ended up getting the bearing machined out and I ordered an aftermarket replacement which I then had pressed in.
You had to have the old one machined out - so where did you find an exact replacement? I have never found the replacement bearing and it's the reason I remove them and reuse them. Please reveal your source - it may be valuable to me.So I ended up getting the bearing machined out and I ordered an aftermarket replacement which I then had pressed in.
I don’t see how putting in a bearing the exact size as an oem bearing can change anything but as nothing else seems to be wrong I guess that’s what it has to be. Thanks for the help I’ll let you know what I come up with.
Yes, you have to hold one shaft stationary - normally the chain is connected to the output shaft and is holding it from moving while the engine is spinning the input shaft so the position of the gears are constantly changed. It's referred to as a constant mesh transmission because all the gears are enmeshed and rotating constantly. Gears that are splined to one shaft mesh with gears that freewheel on the opposing shaft. When a splined gear is engaged to a free wheeling gear, power is transmitted from the driving gear to the freewheeling gear to the splined gear it is mated with and the input rotation is transmitted to the output and ultimately to the rear wheels.Yes I’m going to try to order a new right shift fork and see if that fixes the issue but again it wouldn’t make much sense because it worked before I took the engine apart. So it really only makes sense that it’s the transmission assembled wrong. I keep going back to what you said about that one shaft should be stationary on the transmission when I move one and that’s just not how mine is. I move the main shaft and the counter shaft spins. Am I misinterpreting what you are saying?