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SOLD! Three 02A transmission 5th gear sets for sale.

Abacus

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These are all sold now, thank you!

I have three CTN 02A (AHU/1Z) transmission 5th gear sets I pulled from wrecked transmissions. Two were due to broken cases and one transmission grenaded when the cross shaft came out, but 5th gear was unaffected. All three are in good shape but one has a tiny chip on one gear tooth, $75 for the good ones and $50 for the chipped, plus shipping and PP fees. Includes all the parts attached to the gears. They should easily fit into a Priority Mail package, so shipping would not be much.

I can get more pictures if people want.





Included is everything taken off the transmission.





This is the one with the chipped tooth on the smaller gear at the top. It is so small it should not affect anything.

 
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burn_your_money

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May I ask where you got your puller from?

Regarding the chipped teeth, at work we have Aveos for courtesy vehicles. Constant transmission issues from driver's shifting without the clutch (you would think truckers could drive manual???) Anyways, the foreman always smooths the edges of any chips in the gears with a cut off disk or flap sander. They typically whine otherwise. Like you say, a small chip typically doesn't effect things.
 

turbodieseldyke

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Constant transmission issues from driver's shifting without the clutch (you would think truckers could drive manual???)
They may have a reason for their bad habits.

I had to drive a 10speed truck on a job, got in, tried and tried but could not shift into the next gear while it was moving. Called the foreman and asked if something was wrong with the clutch, and he said you can't use the clutch, you need to get it up to 2000 rpm, then quickly - without touching the clutch - shift into the next gear. It worked. I couldn't believe it. No grinds either.
 

97caron

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They may have a reason for their bad habits.

I had to drive a 10speed truck on a job, got in, tried and tried but could not shift into the next gear while it was moving. Called the foreman and asked if something was wrong with the clutch, and he said you can't use the clutch, you need to get it up to 2000 rpm, then quickly - without touching the clutch - shift into the next gear. It worked. I couldn't believe it. No grinds either.
It's called "speed shifting"
 

Mozambiquer

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They may have a reason for their bad habits.

I had to drive a 10speed truck on a job, got in, tried and tried but could not shift into the next gear while it was moving. Called the foreman and asked if something was wrong with the clutch, and he said you can't use the clutch, you need to get it up to 2000 rpm, then quickly - without touching the clutch - shift into the next gear. It worked. I couldn't believe it. No grinds either.
Yup, on a big truck you're not supposed to clutch between shifts. That'll ruin the clutch brake in no time at all
 

Abacus

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Yup, on a big truck you're not supposed to clutch between shifts. That'll ruin the clutch brake in no time at all
I e always rev-matched while shifting, but only because it was smoother and easier. I was advised long ago to only use the clutch when starting and stopping. It doesn’t work well in TDI’s but industrial trucks are easy.
 

burn_your_money

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Yup, on a big truck you're not supposed to clutch between shifts. That'll ruin the clutch brake in no time at all
Only if you push the pedal all the way down to the floor. Most clutch brakes are designed to free spin if they are accidentally applied when the truck is moving.

I think I was told that transmission manufacturers require double shifting for warranty purposes but I've never looked into it and I'm not sure it could be proven anyways.
 

jackfolstam

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What's the part numbers on the gears? I assumed that they are the same as a DQY 02J diesel transmission, and that the difference between the mk3 and mk4 tdi gearboxes was the R&P gear ratios.
For example, my CTN is getting tired so I got a spare 02J from the yard and was going to see if the R&P would swap from the 02A to the 02J.
 

firehawk618

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2011 Golf TDI, 2dr, M6, Stock
Yes you ARE supposed to use the clutch when shifting heavy truck transmissions. You don't put the pedal to the floor otherwise you'll burn up the clutch brake in no time.

Does anyone actually double clutch when driving these? I hope not for your left knees sake.

When driving a synchronized transmission it's just dumb to shift without the clutch.

Tear up the brass, forks, pads etc. No reason to do it with those transmissions.
 
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I've driven well over half a million miles in trucks with Eaton's RTLO 18918b Transmissions. Clutch ? Only to full stop and start from a stop. Double clutch when needed is the only way to operate these transmissions, otherwise rpm matching to gear selector is the way to shift.
 
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