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Old 08-14-2012, 10:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay so I have a 01 660 that lost second gear I have it tore down and and ready to fix it the question I have is can I just throw a later model trans in it or will that not work. If so does someone have a complete trans they want to sell lol. Trying to get this thing done for next weekend so all the help is appreciated. Thanks
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes, you can throw a later model transmission in, it will work.
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Okay do I need to get a complete trans forks and all or will just the shafts and gears work? Thanks for the quick reply
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Read the sticky at the top of this section - 01 and 02-05 tranny explained. It should answer most of your questions... if you still have some after reading, then feel free to ask again.
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Quad maniac I did read that and I understand the difference between the 2 trans I just was trying to make sure that it was a direct fit.
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Okay do I need to get a complete trans forks and all or will just the shafts and gears work? Thanks for the quick reply
THe first post in the sticky tells you exactly what components differ and need to be replaced... Much of the original 01 can remain intact - only those components that differ need to be replaced in toto.
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Sorry i had read the entire thing a couple of times before I posted but somehow missed the part about the middle shift fork every time I read it. Got it now!
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I also see that it's not very specific on whether the gear main and counter shafts need replacing also - I do believe its just main.

See the Yukon 01 replacement kit (on eBay) to get corroboration on what's necessary. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Yukon-Transm...ht_2745wt_1037
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I was just going to buy a complete used trans out of a later model bike I was just trying to make sure if I need forks also but from what that says I will need the middle fork at minimum.
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I was just going to buy a complete used trans out of a later model bike I was just trying to make sure if I need forks also but from what that says I will need the middle fork at minimum.
I have used forks from one conversion to the other. One problem that I remember is that the forks are slightly closer together. A grinder cures that and it is only a very small amount of grinding required.
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