W58 Transmission rebuild part question/issue

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W58 Transmission rebuild part question/issue

Postby SR85DET » Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:22 am

Has anyone here had experience rebuilding a W58?
So far everything is going fairly smoothly but I ran into an issue with the number 3 clutch hub. While removing the hub I bent the plate attached to the back of the hub. It's basically made into/onto the hub but I'm not sure what purpose it serves. I'm wondering if it has to be shaped perfectly for a particular reason. I did notice that sandwiched between the plate and clutch hub there is a ring like I have seen before on other clutch hubs but I just don't see it's purpose here. I will try to get some better pics up tonight.

Also in the diagram the shape/sizing of the clutch looks a little different and you can't really see the plate. I was hoping maybe I can buy this plate separate but I doubt it.

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Re: W58 Transmission rebuild part question/issue

Postby SR85DET » Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:35 am

If anyone has advice on tools they have used in this process, that would be awesome. I have a couple bearing pullers and a press. I found special tool 09950-40011-02 through OTC which replaces 09950-40010 in the service manual but it's $2200 now so no thanks. Thanks ahead for any help!

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Re: W58 Transmission rebuild part question/issue

Postby SR85DET » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:00 pm

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Re: W58 Transmission rebuild part question/issue

Postby SR85DET » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:01 pm

I'm pretty sure the springs have to do with the synchronizer keys. I'll probably just bend the plate back to the same gap if no one has any insight.

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