Posted 5/15/2019 19:17 (#7498970 - in reply to #7498940) Subject: RE: southwest
Jewell County KS
5000 hrs. looking closer the ID of the brass piece has some machining done to it. Definitely not a standard bushing. For some reason I am thinking of has something to do with the shift collars or whatever is in there. We had dealer work on something to do with the shift forks 20 years ago or so bit I think it was roll pins on the shift forks at that time. What's the chance of this being in there from that job and just now getting sucked up ? Kinda a long shot I guess. I am not doubting your pinion idea but it just doesn't seem like it is from there but I have no idea either.
I will have to drain the oil and pull that round plate off and see for sure. I haven't found anything on partsbook that looks right so far but will look at that assembly closer.