So is shifting notchy? can you shift at all? does the clutch release? Did you bleed the clutch slave before putting in the tranny? (i.e. pressure bleed the slave?) I would suspect that if the pressure bleeding wasn't done, that is the cause of crappy shifting that is driving your nuts. ;-) (couldn't resist the typo in the subject!)
Lots here on the importance on pressure bleeding the slave.
How to fix? some have suggested leaving a block of wood depressed on the clutch pedal overnight to allow any air bubbles to work themselves out to the fluid resevoir.
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