2010.Gearbox 
Assembly #5. Pin.
Assembly #5. Pin.
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Assembly #6. Forward gear parts together.
Assembly #6. Forward gear parts together.
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Assembly #7. Groove collar is in place, lock nut is tightened and calked.
Assembly #7. Groove collar is in place, lock nut is tightened and calked.
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Assembly #8. The brand new drive cone is in place. Previous owner apparently put the old cone back side front at least once, but did not replace the worn out shifter and it made its way through the cone fast. New shifter has no backlash in the new cone so I hope I have some years with them.
Assembly #8. The brand new drive cone is in place. Previous owner apparently put the old cone back side front at least once, but did not replace the worn out shifter and it made its way through the cone fast. New shifter has no backlash in the new cone so I hope I have some years with them.
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Assembly #9. The drive cone, thrust collar B and needle bearing inner race are in place.
Assembly #9. The drive cone, thrust collar B and needle bearing inner race are in place.
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Assembly #10. Reverse gear, thrust collar A, roller bearing.
Assembly #10. Reverse gear, thrust collar A, roller bearing.
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Assembly #11. Rear oil seal. Yanmar part# 177088-02961.
Assembly #11. Rear oil seal. Yanmar part# 177088-02961.
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Assembly #12. Front oil seal. Yanmar part# 24413-254008.
Assembly #12. Front oil seal. Yanmar part# 24413-254008.
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Assembly #13. All shafts are back to the housing.
Assembly #13. All shafts are back to the housing.
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