Originally Posted by rpoL98
i discovered yesterday that i have exactly this same problem, but ordered the replacement transmission. will try to remove the bearing from the old one and see what i can do, so that when it fails again, i'm ready.
another post on this forum mention using a grinder to remove .010" from the ID of a bearing obtained from an auto parts store, but not sure if that's "precision" enough to keep rotating assembly centered.
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Thanks. Did you search for best price of a replacement transmission? If so, let me know $'s and where. Thanks again