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Old 03-01-2015, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default help! rebuilding my 6speed ball bearings question

hi hope someone can help i made the common mistake removing the wrong bolt from my 6speed gearbox.i have it stripped here ready to rebuild but am confused where the 4 ball bearings go at the selector rods? i am thinking from inner its spring ballbearing rod ballbearing in middle then rod ballbearing spring hex nut but this leaves one left over
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thanks Mobius i got sorted yesterday someone else sent me a similar link on miata forum
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