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i have posted before about my 6 speed and it jumping out of 1st, rev, and 6th. today i was coming home and went to shift for m 4th to 5th and it stuck in 4th. it did shift into 5th but it took some effort to get it out. it now no longer will go into 4th. it pulls into the position but does not engage the gears. 3rd is clashing just a wee bit but working fine while in gear. it never made any noises just stuck ther in fourth until i forced it out. i am sure i have to either rebuild or replace the tranny. i have had a hard time finding any one who wants to work on that six speed. i know some of you out there have 6 speeds and i was hoping you have had some good experiance with any of the many remanufacturers out there. or maybe some has one laying around they might want to get rid of. i also want ot know if any one has any opinions on wether they would drive this thing or park it before i have a catasrophic failure.

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Last year Hawkeye had his 6spd take a dump on him, you might ask him for his thoughts on rebuilders. Pretty sure there is an extensive thread on here about his adventure. I wish I could help you this time, but I don't think there is that much cardboard in the world :) GB

I would most likely park it... At this point you could get it rebuilt but drive it longer and you will have a major failure...

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I would most likely park it... At this point you could get it rebuilt but drive it longer and you will have a major failure...

i am afraid i am coming to the same conclusion. just have not had much luck finding someone to work on it.:cry:

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Last year Hawkeye had his 6spd take a dump on him, you might ask him for his thoughts on rebuilders. Pretty sure there is an extensive thread on here about his adventure. I wish I could help you this time, but I don't think there is that much cardboard in the world :)

GB

Hello GB. if i though card board would help i would unpack both of those bearings and stuff it full. seems like every time i get things right something els goes. hope i am nearing the end of anything major for a while. good to hear from ya.

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does anyone know when dodge changed to the larger 1 3/8 input shaft? i found a nv out of an 01, 150k, they are asking 1800, hope i can talk him down to 1500.

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I would call quad 4x4, they would probably know how to tell which input shaft it will have.

does anyone know when dodge changed to the larger 1 3/8 input shaft? i found a nv out of an 01, 150k, they are asking 1800, hope i can talk him down to 1500.

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mine has the larger input. that i know. some of the earlier models had an 1 1/4" shaft. i just dont know what year they change. i think it was 2000 or maybe 2001. I will call them and see if they know. thanks

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does anyone know if a nv out of a 3rd gen will work on an 02? i think some of them have a differant t case.

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