I ordered my np435 and np205 complete rebuild kits from them...bronco78 said:
Theres not much to it... i rebuilt and painted mine in my kitchen when i was living in wyoming.. You will need some tools though, a long reach 3 jaw bearing puller works for the input bearing.. the mainshaft rear bearing can be "pressed" off with a hammer and creative positioning .. or a 3 jaw puller. HTHjoes75bronco said:stupid question, but....
I started to take apart my tranny-np-435 and it needs bearings and suck,,,, a rebuild basically. when I get around to it is this something I can do myself(with basic tools) having never rebuilt anything other than my engine- using the schools tools--if no what tools will I need>? sorry for my newbie post
believe it or not.. Haynes has a good blow up diagram of the 205.. but they dont have any tranny diagrams.. It is really simple and self explanatory once you tear into the tranny. very easy.joes75bronco said:are there any links you guys have to good size blown up diagrams of a 435 and 205... also a website with some tech about the actual rebuild for both.
thanks for the help
... I searched google and found this. this is wonderful. step by step.
Its not the only place to get the kits, but i recommend them because i didnt have any problems with them or their parts.. and i think it only took like a week to get everything.. even in BFE (aka wyoming)joes75bronco said:anyone have anymore info for this thread? so is national drive train THE place to get this stuff? or are there others?