Originally Posted by SecondTJ
Sounds like your not sure what your doing, I wouldn't touch the gears. If not set-up precisely they will be permanently damaged.
And yes, special tools are required to properly setup the gears.
I can work on motors and pretty handy around alot of things on a vehicle, but I will not touch gears. Need special tools, guages to check clearances, etc... They are not complex, but you must be very precise which makes it difficult to get right for a novice.
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