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HardHead93
I am looking to do the 5th gear swap in on my S54 tranny. The below thread says that it can be done fairly easily.
http://www.6gc.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=92975&st=0

I have a couple questions.
1. What are the part numbers I need from a S51 tranny?
2. Because of Photobucket pulling their crap, all the pics are gone from the thread. Does anyone have step by step instructions on how to do this?
3. The thread mentions a special tool needed to pull the gears does anyone know what that tool is?
presure2
i posted a couple pics on facebook when i pulled mine out of my old tranz..i think if ya go thru dustins old thread, right click on the pics and follow the link to his photobucket you can prolly find the pics with the part #s.
hit me on facebook and ill send ya the pics i have from when i pulled mine, a cheap steering wheel puller kit from harbor frieght, and another small puller was all it took, no special tools needed.
HardHead93
QUOTE (presure2 @ Dec 22, 2017 - 8:57 PM) *
i posted a couple pics on facebook when i pulled mine out of my old tranz..i think if ya go thru dustins old thread, right click on the pics and follow the link to his photobucket you can prolly find the pics with the part #s.
hit me on facebook and ill send ya the pics i have from when i pulled mine, a cheap steering wheel puller kit from harbor frieght, and another small puller was all it took, no special tools needed.


I am clicking on the images and it is still showing me that Photobucket blocked image. With you pictures you sent me on Facebook, I have enough to do the work. I just need the part numbers off the S51 tranny. Thanks!
slavie
You need a drive gear and the driven gear. Don't have PN's, but you want the ones from the Camry (92-01).

Tools, you need HF Bolt Puller set (#62620), and Gear Puller Set (#62958), or similar.

Also a large socket if you don't have that already, either a 27mm or 30mm, I don't recall. Also, keep in mind that bolt is reverse threaded.

I did take a video of the last time I took the gearbox apart, though I've been meaning to edit it for the last year or so. It shows the whole thing being taken apart in pretty decent video quality.
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