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Installation of Input Shaft Bearing

Old 12-Jun-2007, 03:28 PM
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Installation of Input Shaft Bearing

Hi all,

I needed to get a new input shaft bearing installed in my 99 Civic. It's been an issue for a year, and in needs to get repaired. Does anyone here have any first hand experience who is willing to do the install for me? I would obviously be willing to pay a reasonable amount for the labour.

Please PM me if you are interested.

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Old 12-Jun-2007, 03:30 PM
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is the tranny out already?
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Old 12-Jun-2007, 03:35 PM
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Originally posted by chris_v2
is the tranny out already?
wouldnt that be nice and easy now? hahaha
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lol, yeah I know.. what are the chances he's going to pull it or have it already pulled (n)
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if you pull the tranny i will do it for 150 bucks
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^^^^^and i get in trouble for spam?...lol
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Old 12-Jun-2007, 07:12 PM
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you dont spam.

people spam for you.

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Old 13-Jun-2007, 12:14 AM
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tranny

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is the tranny out already?
nope it's still in use
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Old 13-Jun-2007, 12:15 AM
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Originally posted by 1sloweg
if you pull the tranny i will do it for 150 bucks
I'd rather one person just do the whole thing as I've never removed a tranny so I don't think I want to experiment now.
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500 bucks to do the whole job
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Old 17-Jun-2007, 01:04 PM
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look for a used jdm trans and install that.i have gone threw 5 input bearings i just swap out the trans less work..
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Old 17-Jun-2007, 01:21 PM
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its a hell of alot cheaper if you replace the bearing..

The 5 transmission you went through would of probably paid for like 10-20 bearings.
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anyone wants some spam for dinner?

You'd be taking a chance with buying another used tranny, if yours is in good shape just have someone replace the bearing(s).
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mines pooched too.......is it that hard to do?
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Old 17-Jun-2007, 06:57 PM
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nothing is really considered hard if you know how to do it and have the right tools.

But I would rank this pretty hard i suppose for your average joe
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Old 18-Jun-2007, 05:24 AM
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I'm worried about getting another used tranny also, as I dont know what its been through, and can't tell if there is something wrong until I install it. I think mine is in good condition. Other than the bearing she shifts smooth, no grinds.


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anyone wants some spam for dinner?

You'd be taking a chance with buying another used tranny, if yours is in good shape just have someone replace the bearing(s).
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