How to Rebuild a Transmission - A Second Life For Three-Speeds Photo Gallery
15. Wallic photographed the assembled main drive gear. The broached end to the far left is the input shaft. The large flange is actually a bearing that simply presses onto the shaft. Officially it must be pressed on but heat will expand it enough so a pipe tapped by a hammer will seat it. The brass synchronization ring simply drops on and the short caged bearing slides into the bore in the rearend.