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Re: Identifying gears and synchronizer hubs for FS5W60A
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Thanks I can't ever seem to keep this straight.

I put the bearing on the grill and the input shaft in the freezer; went on easily.

Tom

Posted on: 2016/7/26 2:56
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Re: Identifying gears and synchronizer hubs for FS5W60A
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A couple pics of my 60A 5 speed.
I opened it up to inspect condition many weeks ago before installation into the car.I also bought a new clutch lever boot and new rear extension oil seal from datsun1200.asia.Cheap and fast delivery.
The synchro rings seem to have been modified/shaved..

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Posted on: 2016/7/27 4:27
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Re: Identifying gears and synchronizer hubs for FS5W60A
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Do less teeth make for faster shifts? I've been wondering why some are 3x2-tooth, others 3x6-tooth and others 30-tooth ...

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Re: Identifying gears and synchronizer hubs for FS5W60A
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Interesting on the synchro rings in your gearbox. Do you plan to rebuild your transmission, or you only opened it up for inspection? A rebuild kit may be similar to mine and have teeth all the way around the ring.

Posted on: 2016/7/27 14:23
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Re: Identifying gears and synchronizer hubs for FS5W60A
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Late 60A synchros are Nissan part #32604-H9700 (30-tooth). Early 60A used the same as previous 60L synchro 32604-H9000 (3x4 tooth). So which is "better"?

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