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post #1 of 4 Old 01-17-2011, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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zf 6 manual transmission rebuild

My syncro's are bad in my tranny and it looks like it's time to rebuild it. I was wondering if anybody has rebuilt these themselves and if so any pointers would be appreciated.

1999 F350 4 door long box 2wd 6 speed
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On this note does anybody have a mannual or some good exploded views of this transmission? I am looking to refresh mine too but can not find any info on the ZF S6-650.

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found this today while looking for more info on these trannies
http://www.zf.com/na/content/media/u...650_6S-750.pdf
http://www.zf.com/na/content/media/u...viceManual.pdf
http://www.mackstrans.com/images/dia...50-Diagram.jpg

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Well that is a start. I think I need to pull my driveshaft and see if it is the flange that is just loose on mine, or maybe the rear bearing. Hoping it is not the case that is worn out. My driveshaft has a fair amount of wiggle at the back of the transmission.

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