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Old 07-02-2012, 03:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I live in the east bay ca willing to drive to you. I have beer and would like to show you and ask some how to questions in person.

To any on else I dropped my tranny in my 1986 samurai because it would not go when it was in gear as if there was no clutch When I drained it the fluid was straigh nasty brown and gag worthy. My buddie took the shifter out and now I put it back in it will only go into certain gears. Any one know why. After long thinking about it and lOoking at. it the clutch is still good I think it might have just needed to be adjusted. What do yOu guys think.
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Old 07-02-2012, 03:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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tranny question

will a 90's trany bolt on to a 1986?
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Old 07-02-2012, 04:24 PM   #3 (permalink)
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My buddie took the shifter out and now I put it back in it will only go into certain gears. Any one know why.
Remove the shifter again and make sure all the rails are in neutral . You can get the shifter in correctly with the tranny in gear, but it's easiest in neutral (all rails in the middle position). You probably pulled the shifter in gear and and didn't put it back.


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will a 90's trany bolt on to a 1986?
Yes. Only difference is 5th is .795 in the '86, .865 in the '90. This info is readily available of you search
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Old 07-02-2012, 07:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Hey I live in the east bay ca willing to drive to you. I have beer and would like to show you and ask some how to questions in person.

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What do yOu guys think.
Well come on up man. I have a spare tranny if you can make it. We'll get you goin'.
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I haven't done anything with the Zuki transmission, but pretty knowledgeable on other Zuki stuff. I do very well in drinking beer also I have done all my own work on my DD. I am always up to kicking tires, drop by if you are in the neighborhood. Send me a PM.

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Old 07-04-2012, 11:16 AM   #6 (permalink)
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counter shaft berring

So I have my tranny in the shop took it apart and its clean I just need the seals for input and output and the counter.shaft berring I have ordered 3 sets now and.the seals have always been wrong and the berring almost right one time. The berring that came in did not have the groove in it. Can some on link a part number so I can find these damn things they are hard as hell to find. 1986 samurai

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Transmission Bearing kit

If you don't need the whole kit, I'm sure they'll sell you just the parts you need
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