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Grinding in first and second gear

1995 nissan pick -up the transmission was just rebuilt they can't find the problem any suggestions?

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There are synchronizer rings on the mainshaft between the synchro hub and the gears. These rings help in meshing the gears so they don't 'grind' when shifting.

I think whoever rebuilt your transmission needs to fix it. It sounds like the synchronizer rings were left out, or possibly there is not enough allowance for the synchronizers to rotate freely -- the axial 'play' when they build up the gearsets on the mainshaft.

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