Jul 18, Joined Sep 8. 2, Posts. #3 Jul 16, There is a tool, all new cars use it today. Or just remove the tail shaft housing but hold the mid plate and don't. make it move at all or you'll lose all the input shaft needle bearings. You will need to Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jul 15, I am planning to replace the tailshaft bushing while I have the trans drained to replace other seals etc.
There was an article I found in one of the vette magazines that gave a pretty good step by step, but I wasnt clear if the trans was a T or treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. item 8 Snap On SB1 Transmission Tail shaft Bushing Installer1 1/2" 8 - Snap On SB1 Transmission Tail shaft Bushing Installer1 1/2"Best Selling in Other Automotive Hand Tools. Heavy Duty 4 in 1 Ball JOIINT Press & U Joint Removal Tool Kit With 4x4 Adapters.
out of 5 stars based on product ratings New5/5(2). Jun 04, a bushing driver set is the really way to go since it supports the inside as well as the top of the bushing while driving it in. a tranny shop has the right tool to do treedelimbing.buzz than 5 minutes it takes. a puller can be used as the tail is on the tranny and they have a driver to install it.
the same as a tranny.i wouldnt use a socket or Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Muncie Mainshaft 1st Gear Bushing. Fits all Muncie transmissions, M20, M21, & M Auto Gear USA made or South Korean made. This is an upgraded designed sleeve that provides better lubrication between the gear and the bushing.Apr 30, Bloomington, MN. KD Tools makes a tool for this. (#) (Don't know if it's still available or not. I got one on ebay years ago.) You can use it to pull and replace the tail shaft bushing.
Makes it a 5 minute job. maverick said: place the tailshaft in a degree oven & the bushing in the freezerthe coefficient of thermal expansion is. Jan 25, Re: Muncie 4spd tailshaft removal. AM - Post# In response to. There isn't much to removing the tail housing. Just take a small punch and remove the reverse shaft lock pin. It pushes out from the bottom. This is a tapered pin so use a good small diameter flat nosed punch to remove it. Then pull the reverse shift rod out to.