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Old 02-01-2014, 02:12 PM
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Default Tools to rebuild NV3500 tranny?

I pulled my 3500 after losing reverse. I have a buddy who rebuilds big rig transmissions and he said he will help me rebuild this one.

He has been researching and found that there is a special tool required to get the shift rail apart but he can't find any info on a part number, picture of the tool, etc...

Anyone know anything about this?
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Old 02-01-2014, 03:02 PM
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I have to 2000 FSM. I checked the NV3500 Teardown section under special tools and saw this:

Remover/Installer, NV3500 Shift Rail Roll Pin—6858
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Remover - 8117
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I have to 2000 FSM. I checked the NV3500 Teardown section under special tools and saw this:

Remover/Installer, NV3500 Shift Rail Roll Pinó6858
[IMG]ftp://admin@marmorajamboree.com@ftp.marmorajamboree.com/remover-installer6858.jpg[/IMG]
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Remover - 8117
[IMG]ftp://admin@marmorajamboree.com@ftp.marmorajamboree.com/remover8117.jpg[/IMG]

Hope that helps
Cool, thanks for the part numbers!

The pics aren't working though.
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working on that now .....
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I fixed the original post now, sorry about that.
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Old 02-01-2014, 04:17 PM
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working on that now .....
Got it, thanks! I'll have to do some digging to find out where to get these. I found the first one for $25 online, but ic an only find the second one in a $250 kit.

You put the word "or" between those. Do I just need one or the other?
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I haven't the need to do this as I currently have an automatic, but I did read the stating part of the tear down of the shift shaft and it made mention of using 8117 in taking a detent plug out. I don't know where 6858 is used as I didn't read too far into it but as the tool is named what it is I figured you'd probably need it somewhere in there.
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Looks like both.

From the FSM "Unseat roll pin that secures shift socket to shift shaft with Special Tool 6858."

You can download the '00 FSM here:http://dodgeforum.com/forum/2nd-gen-...-download.html It has the NV3500 teardown/assembly instructions.

The file is compressed as a .rar file. You'll have to use a free utility (such as WinRAR) to convert it back to a PDF.
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OK, so i found the 6858 tool online in a couple places, but I can't seem to find the 8117 anywhere. Anyone know a good place to get this?
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Ebay had some....
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