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post #91 of 137 Old 05-17-2012, 10:45 AM
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post #92 of 137 Old 10-21-2012, 09:16 AM
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Wow thank you for this write up... I have a question, On the lower larger 5th gear. Is it supposed to have play in it, SHould I be able to move it around any???
My clip was in place, the smaller 5th gear is toast and the larger lower gear is a little chiped towards the case on the teeth, but it has play in it....

PS, Where is the best place to buy a manual for this trans.

Thanks for the help.
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post #93 of 137 Old 10-21-2012, 10:02 AM
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OK, here is another question, The fith gear and the lower counter gear will they come off towards the back of the case?
Or I should say, will they come off the shafts without haveing to remove all the rest of the gears towards the front of the case?

Does this make since???

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post #94 of 137 Old 10-22-2012, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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OK, here is another question, The fith gear and the lower counter gear will they come off towards the back of the case?
Or I should say, will they come off the shafts without haveing to remove all the rest of the gears towards the front of the case?

Does this make since???

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They both come off to the rear.

If the countershaft gear (the lower one) has too much play, you'll need a new clamshell bearing.

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post #95 of 137 Old 07-13-2013, 04:16 PM
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I seem to be having a small problem/problems. I don't know if it's just my luck, but first I couldn't get the skid plate loose due to the bolt free spining(nuts rusted free on the inside of the frame), so I decided to do it without removing it, and lots of fun later I have finished the repair but during reassembly I cannot seem to get the shift fork to drop into the right spot. Do I have it stuck in gear or something becaust for the life of me I cannot get it to line up right. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Does anyone have any help on this one? I am havng the same issue.
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post #96 of 137 Old 08-16-2013, 08:11 AM
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So last week I lost fifth gear in my AX5. Thinking it was the typical snap ring issue, my dad and I dove into it last night only to discover that the snap ring was still in place. Though it did have some "wiggle" room, there was no obvious sign of wear and tear or problem. Any other thoughts on why fifth gear would go out? Is "wiggle" room enough to lose fifth?
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Yes, I've seen this before as well. The fifth gear hub on the cluster shaft (lower shaft) has had it's splines stripped off.

Pull the lower assembly & you'll find your issue.

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Yes, I've seen this before as well. The fifth gear hub on the cluster shaft (lower shaft) has had it's splines stripped off. Pull the lower assembly & you'll find your issue. Max
Thanks. Plan on getting back into it tomorrow morning.

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post #100 of 137 Old 11-08-2013, 01:25 PM
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New to the forum but have referenced it many times over the years. I have to say you guys are absolutely the best. I just did the father/son challenge and rebuilt my son's ax-5 tranny because the synchro's had gone out in all gears but 5th. We re-installed it and everything worked better than it ever had and we were stoked. I guess the strain was too much for the 5th gear snap ring though and after a day of driving it popped out of 5th gear and is difficult to engage. I was glad to see I can repair without dropping the tranny again. I looked for the parts listed earlier in the thread and couldn't find the company so I ordered the parts from http://www.allstategear.com Part numbers are ax5-srk (Snap Ring Kit $10) and ax5-srr (Snap ring retainer $22). Cost with shipping and tax was $48. They are located in San Antonio, TX. Should get the parts on Monday and will already have it apart by then so installing should be a snap. Thank you all for your help. Learned a lot rebuilding my tranny and got to punch a slot on my man card.
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Hey guys I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I have an ax-5 tranny that we just put new synchros and bearings on. Put it all back together and installed it and it worked perfectly, everything worked well until he went to put it into 5th. I thought the clip must have broke after reading your post (which was great by the way) but when I opened it up everything looks right. When I drove it I could feel it go into the 5th gear slot but it would grind a little and I actually got it in 5th gear but it would easily pop out of 5th gear on it's own. I have all the 5th gear parts on the table in front of me and I cant see any major problems. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th and reverse all work great. when I took the back of the case off I pulled out the 5th gear by hand and it shifted easily. This is my first tranny to rebuild so go easy on me. I can post pics if you need me to show you anything. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hey guys I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I have an ax-5 tranny that we just put new synchros and bearings on. Put it all back together and installed it and it worked perfectly, everything worked well until he went to put it into 5th. I thought the clip must have broke after reading your post (which was great by the way) but when I opened it up everything looks right. When I drove it I could feel it go into the 5th gear slot but it would grind a little and I actually got it in 5th gear but it would easily pop out of 5th gear on it's own. I have all the 5th gear parts on the table in front of me and I cant see any major problems. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th and reverse all work great. when I took the back of the case off I pulled out the 5th gear by hand and it shifted easily. This is my first tranny to rebuild so go easy on me. I can post pics if you need me to show you anything. Any help would be appreciated.
I need to add, when I first put it together and tried bench testing it and it wouldn't shift at all. When I turned the shaft I could tell reverse was engaged even though all my rod ends were aligned where the shift leaver goes. I pushed in the reverse rod and it seemed to fall into place like the detent ball was in a bind then everything shifted fine, even 5th so I thought I was good to go. I don't know if that plays into the current problems but wanted to add it just in case.
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Has anyone ever had a problem with collar?

Hi and thank you all greatly (esp. MadMax and Opihi59)

I had an AX-5 5th gear issue (clip replaced by others several times) & am ready to try the collar.. But after seeing the following post:

http://www.jeeps-offroad.com/showthread.php?t=3895

I am curious if anyone has had a problem with the collar failing. It seems like if this were to fail (or loosen over time), there would be serious problems!!!

Do you guys suggest using "locktight" on the collar screws? If so what type?
Also, is there a torque spec for this... I haven't ordered it yet, so I'm not sure if it comes with instructions.

Thanks a bunch!

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Hi and thank you all greatly (esp. MadMax and Opihi59)

I had an AX-5 5th gear issue (clip replaced by others several times) & am ready to try the collar.. But after seeing the following post:

http://www.jeeps-offroad.com/showthread.php?t=3895

I am curious if anyone has had a problem with the collar failing. It seems like if this were to fail (or loosen over time), there would be serious problems!!!

Do you guys suggest using "locktight" on the collar screws? If so what type?
Also, is there a torque spec for this... I haven't ordered it yet, so I'm not sure if it comes with instructions.

Thanks a bunch!

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I am considering trading a 2001 WJ for a 95 YJ that does not have 5th gear. I have researched a lot about this the last couple of days and have not come across anyone saying bad things about the collar. The person who made that post on the other forum posted that 10 years ago. I am sure there's been a lot of time for it to show it's ugly face if there was an issue.
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post #105 of 137 Old 06-02-2014, 04:47 PM
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Brad YJ--Locktite on the fasteners is a good idea. General rule of thumb at least for me is that if I will not have routine/easy access to that particular fastener, it's prolly a good idea to locktite it. That goes for various internal bolts inside transmissions I rebuild, flywheels, etc. For locktite to work properly, you need to have clean/dry threads on both internal and external threads. I use brake cleaner, then compressed air. Repeat as necessary and don't get it in your eyes.

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