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Re: Help with 2n tranny

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10-16-2012 16:05:57

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the sherman uses the exact same input shaft seal that the regualr input shaft would, which it replaces.

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10-16-2012 16:44:12

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 Re: Help with 2n tranny in reply to soundguy, 10-16-2012 16:05:57  
Thanks SG
I found that seal and also found another that goes on the shifter rail. I did what I should have done first and went to John Smith's sight,what a wealth in information! Now all I got to do is order the parts and I'm back in business.

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Greg Peri

10-17-2012 10:29:18

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 Re: Help with 2n tranny in reply to BigDanT, 10-16-2012 16:44:12  
Just for your info,

If you plan to replace worn parts (bearings, shift collar, etc) in your Sherman, John Smith and Red Rock Manufacturing (Phil Smith) will probably have what you need.

If'n you need to replace a badly worn Sherman counter-shaft, The Old Hokie can help on that too...

If you replace the Sherman countershaft and find the case is a little oversize, then use some loctite bearing retaining compound at the shaft to case mating surface upon istallation to seal that from a possible leak.

I did not seal mine, so I have a small seepage that makes its way out the cotter key hole below.


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10-16-2012 17:36:00

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 Re: Help with 2n tranny in reply to BigDanT, 10-16-2012 16:44:12  
yep.. users like john smith and rick B and many others here are loaded with good info!

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