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Hello,

I'm helping a friend fix his 3spd transmission from a 53 210. The counter shaft assembly is bad and I'm trying to find another one. I'm coming up with the #'s 590827 which I believe is for a 1937-53 3spd with Needle bearings. I'm seeing some documentation that #591191 will also fit as it is a post 1941 that has roller bearings. Can anyone confirm and suggest a place where I can find either? Trying to get the old girl back on the road after about 10 years off the road.

Thanks, Shawn

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Can anyone confirm if a Dittmer gear WT220-8 will fit? Thanks, Shawn

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WT 220 will not fit .
That is for 1937-39 ONLY !!!

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Any one know of any #s for replacement companies like Warner and others?


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