Just be careful how far you take your transmission apart. This transmission requires very specific settings on gears and bearing preloads so don't just start taking it apart until you know what you can and can't do without the special jigs and fixtures requires for all the settings. You can replace the outer seals (input shaft and both output shaft seals and you can pull the freewheeling mechanism out (be ready with something to compress the rollers or you will have rollers and springs shooting all over your shop!) If you are very careful you can pull the top off but again, you will need to watch for springs and shifter forks that have to go back into place when you replace the cover.
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