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Wow. Thanks Zig. Good explanation. So is it hard to swap out a sprocket set? I've heard that doing the actual transmission overhaul is not that difficult - it's just getting the tranny out of the car and putting it back in that is the most difficult part.
But then, the guy who told me that ended up selling me a "perfect" SPG that died as soon as it got to my driveway. Two months later, I've driven it about 100 miles and lost both clutch master, slave, and discovered the upper control arm bushings totally gone on pass side, heater valve broken, steering rack failing, oil in the coolant, and probably all the rest of the most annoying jobs in c900 history.
But the tranny he rebuilt works great.
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