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    Doctor Dana!!!

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    Lol, I knew the doctor could help me.
    That answered my the question in my head, if I could inspect from top cover. Thanks that helps for sure. You mentioned the poppet spring? Looking at the manual my understanding is the spring is in top cover and can be inspected after removing top cover.? Is that correct?

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    Yes, they are in the cover. https://www.kaiserwillys.com/diagram...on-top-shifter Item 4. I am beginning to think I will never take a T90 cover apart and NOT find a broken spring.

    Take two springs and call me in the morning.

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    Lol. Thanks doc! Hope my top feels better.
    With working to many hours thru the week, I plan to start the procedure this weekend. Will report back. Or ask more questions.
    Thank you once again.

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    I meant my T 90.. good night

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    Update...
    Drained oil, few small metal pieces. Also some metal flakes inside case, nothing big. Did as you describe wheels up and turn drive shaft. Did not hear anything or notice a broken gear or tooth. Now the reverse gear did have a couple sharp edges on teeth. Not all to rear side of gear.... like maybe it's not pushing all the way back maybe?... have not disassembled top part to inspect poppet spring yet.wanted to check in before doing so. My guess would be metal flakes from reverse gear not in correct position...

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    Scott can you take a picture up close of the gears?

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    Pics of transmission gears.
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    Looks like the input shaft may be missing a tooth down towards the drivers side bottom or just a piece of one.

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    I do see that tooth TJ. I also don't see anything that would prevent reverse. The transmission has been shifted once or twice no question about it! Lots of wear on the clutching teeth. If that is a piece missing from the input gear, something must have went through the teeth.

    Scott, how do the teeth look? Does the input gear have broken teeth? Rotate the transmission gears and check all the teeth. The reverse idler needs a good look. Look at each tooth. If there are teeth missing on a gear that would be the issue. Does the cover shift properly on the bench?

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