|07-04-2006 11:45 PM|
Did only first gear get trashed, or did the corresponding section of the cluster gear get eaten, too? If only one is obviously broken, you need to check the other closely to make sure it's truly undamaged. If it's OK, you can replace the one gear, but it may be a little noisy. Low gear is usually a bit noisy anyway, so I wouldn't be too worried about it.
A transmission place is liable to stick you for a pretty good labor charge, but if you're adventurous and have access to a good lock ring tool, you can probably do it yourself. It's a bit intimidating, but if you take it apart carefully, keeping everything in order, and noting which way everything faces, you should be fine.
http://www.dandltransmission.com/saginaw.html has rebuild kits and may be able to supply used gears if available. They also have ID info. Their kits may also include diagrams, but I don't know for sure.
|07-04-2006 01:06 AM|
rebuilding a saginaw
is a 3 ring saginaw worth putting new gears in i tore out first and can't find another one i heard if i just put one new gear in it it would go out because of uneven wear and how much is new gears and rebuild kit and someone to do ti