Next place the output shaft assembly into the case.
Place the two shafts together being careful not to lose any of the roller bearings.
Slide the input shaft bearing on. I found it easier to go on by moving the upper assembly around while pressing on the bearing with my other hand. Don’t forget to put the oil baffle on the shaft first.
I used an extension and a hammer to put the output shaft bearing on. Tap gently around the bearing to seat it on the shaft.
I found the best way to seat the bearing all the down was to set the tranny up on one end, and tap the bearing down the shaft.
Put the bearing snap ring on
Then the spacer and finally the lock ring.
Put the new seal in the input shaft bearing cover using the proper tool.