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Hi guys, I haven't been on the list in almost a year so I hope I.'m not repeating a recent discussion. I have a B-112 that has the dreaded worn transmission disease ( I think). It will no longer stay in reverse, it has to be held there, and it is getting harder to get it into any of the other three gears. I know it is no little job to replace this trans!! Does anyone know if the gears can be replaced or am I looking at custom made replacements or total trans swap?

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Parts should be available. I had to change a couple of gears in mine a few years ago and with 2 bearings, the bill was about $200.00 for parts. Construction is fairly straight forward, and if you mark the parts as they come off so that you know which part goes where, it should be no problem. The hardest part is dragging the axle around after you get it off. Steve

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