Putting WR trans in my YZF

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  • dave03yz

Posted December 09, 2005 - 09:48 PM


In a thread I posted earlier this week my 4th gear crapped out so I split my cases, etc... So I was just going to replace 3rd & 4th gear and the shift fork,but, I started reading up on the WR trans swap and since my trans is all torn apart anyways, I've decided to go ahead and do it. Through a link I found in another thread on this subject, I found the parts I've been told I need (the 9 gears, 3 shift forks, 2 shafts, and shift cam). Now before I buy this stuff, is there ANYTHING else that I need to get to make this work? I hate paying for shipping twice. Any case modifications? All the bearings appear to be in good shape. I haven't found any threads that say I need to do anything else other than just buy the parts and install them, I just want to be 100% sure that when I get the parts there are no suprises Anyways, thanks to everyone who helped me with figuring out the initial problem with my trans.

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  • grayracer513

Posted December 10, 2005 - 06:37 PM


My understanding is that those are the parts you need.

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