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Old 20-05-2014, 12:48   #1
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Rebuilding a Kansaki transmission

I'm rebuilding the cone clutch for my Yanmar 2GM transmission and I've read plenty of threads on this.

They all discuss removing the glaze from the clutch side of the gears, usually with valve grinding compound. I've tried this but I can see no change.

I'm installing a new cone, but thought I ought to remove the glaze.

The cone shaped surfaces inside the gears can only be described as mirror like. I just tried to remove the glaze using 220 grit sandpaper and the difference is negligible.

Has anyone seen the inside of a new gear? I'm wondering if a new oneClick image for larger version

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