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Ya'll were right, shift fork from my 90si tranny looks pretty unhappy.



I have a 92DX tranny (160k miles) and a 91HF tranny (190k miles) in my garage. Should I pull a fork out of one of those to replace it with? Will it fit?

Also, is there anything else I should replace while i'm in there? The EX trans in my civic shifts like a soapy slip-n-slide, while this one was about as nice (in every gear) as the same slip-n-slide, only placed on pavement, occasionally crossing a pot hole.

Also, any good write-ups around on this?
 

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get a new one! i cant tell which shift fork that is but I replaced my 2-3 one with a brand new one from honda for 45 bucks.
 

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part 12 is the bearing on the opposite end of the input shaft. http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com...gry5=MT++++++CLUTCH+HOUSING-+DIFFERENTIALpart number 15 on this page is the ISB. Might want to get the seal while your doing it(part 21).
Is it worth replacing while I have it open? I didn't notice any problems with it, though idk what to look for. Tranny (100k mi) may have been abused by previous owner since it had a broken shift fork. Anything else I can replace to make it a little easier in and out of gear?

Which fork do I want? The broken one is lowest on the stack of gears (i really don't know the terminology) I can't tell which that is on this exploded diagram.
http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com...=KH5MT&catcgry5=MT++++++SHIFT+FORK-FORK+SHAFT
 

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24220-PL3-601 FORK, GEARSHIFT (1-2) 1-2 shift fork
91002-PS0-003 BEARING, BALL (6305SPL) ISB
91216-PL3-005 OIL SEAL (26X42X7) (NOK) ISB seal
91215-PL3-005 OIL SEAL (14X25X15) (NOK) Shift Shaft Seal
23927-PL3-000 WASHER, SPRING (36MM) thrust washer

Or you can use the whole shift fork assembly out of the HF tranny.

I was swallow by the couch last night, mourning time is over.......
 

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24220-PL3-601 FORK, GEARSHIFT (1-2) 1-2 shift fork
91002-PS0-003 BEARING, BALL (6305SPL) ISB
91216-PL3-005 OIL SEAL (26X42X7) (NOK) ISB seal
91215-PL3-005 OIL SEAL (14X25X15) (NOK) Shift Shaft Seal
23927-PL3-000 WASHER, SPRING (36MM) thrust washer

Or you can use the whole shift fork assembly out of the HF tranny.

I was swallow by the couch last night, mourning time is over.......
Would you reccomend stealing it from the hf tranny? it does have 193k miles....
 

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depends on how the HF was cared for..... it could be perfect or worn/broke.

If good, you can just swap the WHOLE fork assembly....which is why I like getting free HF trannys :)
 

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depends on how the HF was cared for..... it could be perfect or worn/broke.

If good, you can just swap the WHOLE fork assembly....which is why I like getting free HF trannys :)
It went through several owners, is visual inspection sufficient? I'll take it apart and throw up a few pics if it is.
 

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what does the specs in the manual say?
I've gone through every manual I have and I don't see dimensions for a shift fork. What manual is this you speak of?

Is it easier to replace the entire shift fork assembly?
 

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I tried this manual, it actually has info on the forks, but I don't see the stock dimensions (I assume thickness is what i'm looking for?) I certainly don't remember seeing it in my Haynes or Chiltons but I don't have them on me right now so I can't be sure.
 

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use the sticky Luke!

I know it's 92-95, but it'll work for that spec.
 
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