T56 tranny parts

BadBrad72

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Would anyone happen to had the short stub shaft from a t56 in the rear tail housing. Or the one piece counter balance shaft that replaces the two piece? I don’t have the one piece part number but I do have the small stub shaft number for the two piece. It’s T035501007. Having issues in Canada trying to find either.
 

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Texas Drivetrain in texas lol
Rockland Standard Gear in new york
Tick performance- north Carolina I believe
 

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What company?
I've been through several "t56 rebuilds" lately. None have been done correctly do to lack of parts. "OH, caged bearings not available, we'll just put the 100k mile one back in there and say we rebuilt it"
The only "rebuild" I've seen that SEEMS reliable is TD or RSG or Tick putting a new tr6060 into a t56 case. Even that seems suspect because they only reuse the main t56 case but somehow have a new t56 rear case for the trucks. The only problem with that is the output shaft bushing gets pulled out from the truck wheel hopping and magically there is no CORRECT replacement bushing.
I've been fighting this for 7 months now.
 

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I have several complete transmissions, maybe go that route and keep yours as parts backup?
 

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I have those on the shelf. The one piece Gen 3 cluster gear has been discontinued for some time.

I'd like to shorten my 5th gear to 0.85/0.86 and keep my 0.5 6th for highway cruising. Is this possible, or are the 5/6 gears machined as an integrated pair?
 
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