We stock a wide variety of replacement and upgrade truck parts to help you maintain to condition of your transmission and keep that power flowing to the wheels. Off-roading means taking your vehicle in your own hands and leading it beyond designated paths to discover the adventures of open-country terrain. Choosing a vehicle with a manual transmission only increases your control as the driver of your off-road machine. You can apply the brakes more directly and immediately on downhill stretches, and you can choose the right gear for the surface you're driving on to optimally reduce wheel spin. If nature or time takes the upper hand over your control, however, causing any aspect of transmission damage or failure, it is useful to know about the manual transmission parts that comprise your vehicle's gear.
Small Parts, Big Impact
Manual transmissions are essentially made up of gears and shafts. By moving the gear selector fork, the collar piece is moved to select which gear to lock with and turn. Besides these, other parts of a manual transmission include gaskets, snap rings, bushing kits and synchronizer repair kits. While these are smaller parts that you may forget about, damage to them can have serious large-scale consequences for your vehicle. If your snap rings corrode or become worn over time, for example, your entire transmission is at risk of shutting down. Factory bushing kits, likewise, are usually made of plastic or rubber. Checking and changing these regularly, or switching them out for bronze bushings, reduces the risk of wear and tear and inaccurate shifting.
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4WheelDrive.com is committed to supplying you with everything on your manual transmission parts list, as well as other automotive gear. Our price match guarantee also ensures that you will only pay us the lowest price on the market. If you find somebody else who sells the same part for less, we will personally refund you the difference. Discover all of the relevant manual transmission parts and functions and order your gear today.