why would you have to rebuild one of them things, did you float them all the time and grind them, my truck is an 87 and it has the same tranny, but why do you want to have it rubuilt or were you just curiuos. good luck
why would you have to rebuild one of them things, did you float them all the time and grind it really bad, my truck is an 87 and it has the same tranny, but do you want to have it rubuilt or were you just curiuos. good luck.
Beats me, but it probably won't be much if you just replace what needs to be replaced. I'd immediately get new input and output shaft bearings, races, and seals (probably around $100). Other than that I'd replace a synchronizer or two if they were wore out.
I have bought a gasket set, and looked at the prices for the input and output berrings on one. The gasket set was pretty cheap. But the output berring was like $90 from NAPA. I would expect the kit to be around a couple hundred $$. One of the gus from Off-Road Design have easy access to the rebuild kits, and offered to sell me one once, but I never got to the price.
I just did one for my Jeep Cherokee Project, i bought a kit off ebay for $108, i bought a new solid 3rd gear, the spacer that replaces the snap rings on the countershaft and the heavy springs for the lid to keep 3rd gear from popping out... All said and done it was $158 for parts. I bought it from www txchange.com great people. The kit on ebay is the cheapest i have found, comes with all the stuff you need to rebuild one.