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HELP! gearbox is stuffed


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hey guys,

i stuffed me gearbox d other nite while havin a couple of runs wif sum mates

neways 3rd n 4th gear crunches so i went 2 change d tranny oil n i think me gears came out( metal teeth thingamagid ).... isnt true dat when u stuffed up 3rd gear dat u cant rebuild d box can any1 confirm this

does any1 know where i can rebuild me gearbox in d sydney area

1 last thing rebuild vs 2nd gearbox.. wat r ur opinions

thanx in advance

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a gearbox specialist (not just import) should be able to inspect it, and give you an idea of what its going to need to get fixed, and also what also they can do to stengthen it at the same time (may as well). Yellowpages!

unique autosports (www.gtr.com.au) has a strenghtened rebuild package - you send 'em ur old box and they rebuild it and strengthen it at the same time. its around $2k though, which is what you ccould pick up a 2nd hand box for.

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Guest RedLineGTR

it would be hard to find but that what they are really worth...but people always want more. U might just need some syncros fixed up...go for the gearpox specialist to see what they say.

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yea prolli will go 2 a gearbox specialist when i get sum $$$$... in d mean time i guess i just drive round wif 3 gears 1st 2nd n 5th lol

just nother question.. deres someone wreckin a r34 gtt

would d gearbox from d r34 fit a r33 ?

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