post #16 of Old 02-18-2013, 05:30 AM
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Good thought but I don't think you can weld on new material. You just have to get new shift rods. Unless you mean the end of the shifter.
Usually the end of the shifter is what wears first.
I've done it that way before. I have a welding shop 2 doors down from my shop, and I had them fill the worn area with their MIG & then I carefully shaped the grooves in the ball area of the shifter with a cutoff disc. I polished it all smooth with emery cloth to finish the job.

The tip on the one I recently rebuilt was in pretty good shape, but that's not usually the case, just as you mentioned.

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post #17 of Old 02-18-2013, 07:09 AM
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T177 that also needs rebuild any step by step instructions

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Good thought but I don't think you can weld on new material. You just have to get new shift rods. Unless you mean the end of the shifter.
Usually the end of the shifter is what wears first.
I have seen rebuilds that included replacing transmissions and rebuilding but no step by step beginning to end with the tranny on a bench. I'm looking for something that might have each step of the tranny rebuild only with pics. Example, using the lock ring pliers to remove etc, etc, etc.

Not trying to highjack tread but have the same issue.
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post #18 of Old 02-18-2013, 08:35 AM
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If you think they are only braking devises, your missing half of the job they do.
John, what I meant was that the brass synchro rings act as friction/braking device to bring the respective gear up to speed with the main shaft. Worn synchro rings will not by themselves cause a transmission to jump out of gear. Worn synchro teeth on the gear or shift collar? yes, they could cause a gear to jump out.
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I also read that poor motor mounts and tranny mounts could cause it to jump out as well. Has anyone had past experiences with that being the problem?
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I also read that poor motor mounts and tranny mounts could cause it to jump out as well. Has anyone had past experiences with that being the problem?
Only if the are broken and the shifter is knocking on the tub from it bouncing around so much.
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post #21 of Old 02-18-2013, 08:54 PM
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While looking at your pic, I happened to notice that your output shaft splines appear to be a bit worn. You might take a look at them.



I just noticed the same thing. They look paper thin to me. Look at this starting at post #59


http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/st...12/index4.html


You can see the difference between new and old splines.
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