Up in the air with right rear suspension hanging .
Place tripod under rear end . Remove U bolt over axle ,shock , drive belt , secondary clutch , drain gear oil , axle bolts , axle removes easily , remove all the bolts for cover , bolts are all the same size .
Remove the 2 - 10 mm . bolts
Disconnect forward / reverse cable .
Separate cover . There is a spot for a pry bar to fit in to help start it . Here is what it looks like .
The shifting fork can only be installed in one direction . Keep track of which way it came out .
I wiggle the 3 sets of gears out and remove them altogether . I find it easier to do it this way . Set them on the bench the way they came out .
This is what it looks like when they are out . You will have to line the shifting fork up into the lever when reassembling .
The bad bearing is the one on the left . I replace both of them on this shaft only . The gear oil I find doesn't get up to this area well causing it to wear out .
I don't have a press but this works well for me .
For the other bearing I use threaded rod to make it work .
I drive the new bearings on with my homemade tool . Also replace the seal for the secondary /driven clutch shaft .
Some of the techs are using this tip for this situation .The gear oil doesn't get up there well .