If you put back the original gears, or if they are a matched pair, use the original shims, if you don't there will be a new pattern and the gears will be noisy -- in other words don't try to adjust them, as has been said by others on this forum. A couple of years ago I replaced all the bearings in my Super A trans meaning a complete disassembly. I didn't like the clearance or backlash and ordered 2 or 3 new shims, still couldn't get it adjusted right. So, I put the old ones back in the original order, and decided not to try to adjust it. Has more then the "new" backlash given in the manual, but has no excessive noise. If none of what I just said does not apply to your situation, it may not, ignore it.
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