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Dodge 3/4 ton NV5600 with a problem

May 21, 2014 - Author: bartbarton - No Comments

I have a Dodge 2500 2003 with the 5.9L Cummins, NV5600 Manual transmission and 4WD.

Question: New clutch throw out and front seal 4 years ago. I am getting a whining bearing noise wondering if theirs a common bearing that goes bad and are there any special tools required. Do you have a bearing kit? If I bought the clutch from you could i return it if not needed?

Answer:   Common problems with the NV5600 transmission are the rear main shaft bearing and the pocket bearing between the input and main shaft along with the front counter shaft  bearing.  The NV5600 is not a very easy transmission to rebuild because of its weight and size. It requires a 15 ton Posi Loc puller and a wide bed press to disassemble the main shaft for instance our press we use on these is a 55 ton air over hyd OTC press and it has to work at it.

We can provide a rebuilt unit with all the latest updated, this transmission has a 12 month unlimited mileage no hassle warranty.  Order our part number MTCRY023 your cost is $3166.00 plus $1000.00 core deposit, plus freight.  You can save the core cost if you send your existing transmission to the factory.

If you decide to overhaul the NV5600 6 speed  yourself you will need the following parts

  • Part Number BK492 IS THE BEARING KIT your cost is $249.99
  • Part Number RK5600 IS THE SYNCRO RING KIT your cost is $470.58 plus S&H.

You can return the clutch but there is a restocking charge.  If you need help or additional information give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you.

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