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[* black] Once your bushingbushings are inin, you can finaly get to actual shimmingbegin the shimming process.
[* black] First start with youFirst, place the spur gear (the one that is large round and looks like sounds). Now place it in the center bearing/bushingmiddle bushing.
[* black] It will most likely draggingdrag on the gearbox wall ifwall. If this is the casecase, start adding shims to raise it upward just enough so that it no longer draggingdrags on anything when you placeclose the half of the gearbox shell back ongearbox.
[* black] Once it is high enoughenough, start adding shims to the top to stop the gear from moving up and downdown when the gearbox is closed. A slight amount of movement is okacceptable, but try to keep it tooto a minimum.
[* black] Once you have the gear where you want itit, screw the two haveshalves together and test it again you if itagain. If the gear doesn't spin as good as before takefreely, remove a little bit offshim and try again. Try to figure out how much of a difference screwing down the gearbox vs just holding down makes so that you can anticipate how many shims you will need in the future.
[* green] Lastly You don'tLastly, you do not have to doinstall every gearbox screw just two will work. Always go withfor this test. You only need to use the the two closest to the gear or gears that you are testing.
[* black] Once your bushingbushings are inin, you can finaly get to actual shimmingbegin the shimming process.
[* black] First start with youFirst, place the spur gear (the one that is large round and looks like sounds). Now place it in the center bearing/bushingmiddle bushing.
[* black] It will most likely draggingdrag on the gearbox wall ifwall. If this is the casecase, start adding shims to raise it upward just enough so that it no longer draggingdrags on anything when you placeclose the half of the gearbox shell back ongearbox.
[* black] Once it is high enoughenough, start adding shims to the top to stop the gear from moving up and downdown when the gearbox is closed. A slight amount of movement is okacceptable, but try to keep it tooto a minimum.
[* black] Once you have the gear where you want itit, screw the two haveshalves together and test it again you if itagain. If the gear doesn't spin as good as before takefreely, remove a little bit offshim and try again. Try to figure out how much of a difference screwing down the gearbox vs just holding down makes so that you can anticipate how many shims you will need in the future.
[* green] Lastly You don'tLastly, you do not have to doinstall every gearbox screw just two will work. Always go withfor this test. You only need to use the the two closest to the gear or gears that you are testing.