I added the original shim too. You should have pretty much no slop in your gear train now. Ok, pick up your input shaft flange cover. Our customer support team is available 7 days a week to help you. What I did was that I knew I was.
I used some Loctite here. It is widely used and can be easily swapped with other units that may be externally the same but with different bearing arrangements inside. However, here is where I screwed up! We carry kits for dozens of different automatic transmissions—shop now! Starting from the harder side, slide the inner bearing down the shaft in the right orientation…cone out. I used a new one…still available from Mitsubishi. Starting with the input shaft. And move on…everything just slides on now.
Just as important but not part of any kit is shims for the main and countershaft and the rear bearing retainer which liked to wear and cause excess play hence the shims. Here is where I made a fundamental error again. Scott There are rebuild kits, but nothing that'd make the transmission stronger. I honestly needed one a mil or so thicker but what could I do? It will include the seals and sealing rings required, but not the pump itself. Bearings, syncros and gaskets as I recall. Ok now, slide the shaft in….
Install the two piece needle roller bearing on the spacer Stop here on this shaft until you get that countershaft torqued up and check your slop. Note the lack of crimp collar. This includes transmission bands, clutches, gaskets, seals, filters, and in some cases, performance shift kits. This will now support your countershaft nicely. In general, an overhaul kit refers to the bag kit that contains the gaskets, seals and rings to correctly seal a transmission. Make sure you put the bearing on in the right orientation.
Make sure you install the right ones…hence why I wrote all over these suckers. I did this on purpose…to give us more room to get the input shaft in. Use the tag at the right to locate your Mitsubishi transmission model number. Now lube her up really good and install the new synchronizers. If you were looking closely earlier, I used the new nut as a tool to seat that countershaft bearing! Regardless, the rings should be replaced in the rebuild and I did replace them on mine even though the gap was within spec on all rings.
Lube that seal again with oil And install…7-9 ft lbs Now flip the tranny back over…time to work on the back end. Install the roller bearing over it Next is the reverse gear Lube it up…. We offer a full range of kit levels that include all necessary soft parts to complete a transmission rebuild no matter how extensive the job's parts needs are. Everything is nice and clean, everything is organized, all or most of your new parts are acquired. In addition to these overhaul kits we can provide miscellaneous , don't see what you need just give us a call. Specifically the countershaft shims that I bought after taking measurements.
Note that I labeled the hell out of her: Pull the ring Slide on the assembly thru the input shaft hole. That hole for the shifter fork works perfectly for this. Transtar's limited warranty: products are warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of 12 months or 12,000 miles from the date of purchase, whichever occurs first. I just used some bolts for this because I removed my studs to clean that flange better. The outer ring has chamfers that differ from side to side. So I just had to reuse my original. Click to see our rebuild kits for late model transmission applications: Transtar's Rebuild Kit Levels The chart below shows the items that come in each level of our transmission rebuild kits.
Edit: The kit is for 85-87 Intercooled transmissions. Use a good strong 3 jaw puller for this. Reverse: Note the different pattern on the inside! Ok, pull off that flange. Pretty easy to see what I bought from Mitsu vs aftermarket places. These automatic transmission rebuild kits will take the guesswork out of your auto transmission repair or rebuild by supplying all the small pieces and parts in one convenient kit. Might as well lock her in reverse and 2 nd now.
We want to slide in a feeler gauge to check the spacing between the housing and the flange. It should install pretty easy though. I felt it was low risk by not having the exact right thickness c-clip. Now take the front shim for the countershaft…add some grease to it and put it directly against the outer race of the bearing. We have included information on how to identify individual transmissions, application information, model year, detailed kit and part availability by transmission type. This will be difficult because the tranny cannot be locked into gear yet.