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johnmonkey
The driven gear should rest right up next to the collar clip (the clip that fits in the groove near the driven gear)with that in place I think that lash should be eliminated. That is what I did on a recent rebuild of my BGB on a t-13 shuttle (my first BGB rebuild)so I hope (pray) that I am correct. I bent my clip during the first assembly and the gears were very sloppy. I redid it a second time and the gears meshed real nice. Good luck John H

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