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Hey there I'm about of rebuilding an lt77 gearbox I'm pretty novice at it so that's why I've got an old one and will work on it hopefully and if I do manage to get it right I'll put it on mine! Does anyone know how hard it will be and any special tool I should buy apart from the basic mechanics tools? Thanks a lot for your advice

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I did mine about a year ago. First time I'd done anything like that before. Most complicated job I'd done beforehand was rebuilding a swivel. It was all pretty straightforward really. I had a hydraulic puller. The only thing I need to make was a tool to press the a bush into shaft (memory is a big vague now - was on 5th gear I think). In retrospect I should have heated it. Didn't think of that at the time :unsure:

Being careful, I bagged everything in ziplog bags as I pulled them apart, and ordered & labeled the bags on the floor.

Then cleaned everything, replaced the bearings and synchros with ashcroft parts, and replaced the contents of the bags back in the box :lol:

Think it took me around a week of a few hours a day. Take your time and think about what you are doing and anyone could do it. Fun job too :)

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