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Another Zip Tie Trick

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Whenever you are doing a bottom-end rebuild, it is always a good idea to keep the transmission gears in order and on their respective shafts.

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That is cool, but I hope I never have to do that.

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Good tip, use a tray with dividers for small parts also.

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Deleted that other zip tie post. :biggrin:

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Thats a good Tip,,,,However, What they dont tell you is in order for them not to Fall out while Splitting the cases.....You must know which side of the motor to have Bottom down...:cool:

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