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  1. I've always been aware that this could happen but had never actually seen it until recently. Early Spanish LI150 gear box with matching drive axle. When the 4 loose gears are installed there is less than .001" height difference between the gears and the axle. According to Stickys there should be about .003" (.02mm) difference between the two, with the gears being on the taller side. If the 2 parts are in line or the axle is taller it is impossible to shim the gears correctly. I took the axle and gears to a local machine shop and they suggested the axle be ground down a couple .001" to drop below the gears. Does this sound like a plausible/correct fix? The problem is with the gears them selves. I suspect they are machined wrong from the factory. I can't change the gear stack because that's what the customer wants.
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