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Old 06-15-2011, 12:23 AM   #6
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Re: NP 205 Rebuild and Info

Next I removed the nut and washer on the front of the idler shaft.



Next I removed the idler shaft cover on the rear of the case. This is NOT what it should look like! The idler shaft lock-nut had come loose and the shaft had been spinning against the cover. This could have caused sever damage if it had not been cought.



A few taps with a soft face hammer sends the shaft out the back. Be very careful not to damage the threads!



The idler gear assembly will now drop down and out of the case. Be careful not to loose the bearings, spacer, and shims. Once again I put everything back together so I would remember how it goes back in.





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