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If it is just slop and it has not gone on for a long period of time you might be lucky enough to just change the front and side bearings. This will take most the slop out. But if the gear itself is chewed groves in it or the tips of the gear are worn down and very sharp you have bad gears as well. Don't wast your time reassembling it with out good gear. The 2 bearings can be found rather cheap and could solve the problem but not likely. The only other issues with slop is sometimes the input shaft is badly worn and new gears will not solve this problem alone. New a input shaft I think are still available from Simp.

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