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Help assemble my dewalt drill

I completely disasembled my dewalt 18v xrp cordless drill. i replaced the motor bushings.it was over packed with grease and by the time i cleaned everything,i completely lost any order i had for reassembly.i cant find any correct or good enough assembly pictures. i managed to fit alot of parts but theres three different problems and one part i cant begin to fit back in,so im really lost and extreamly frustrated. i need a real good diagram for my exact parts. thanks for any help.

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  • cornfield1 Jun 02, 2010

    thanks for the help. the problem is the factory replaces the complete gear transmission,not parts of it.the photo shows the complete assembled transmission. so they dont have any info on its assembly. after i inspected mine it looked perfect but i couldnt get it back together. i found a guy at a tenn. service center that is able to put it together,but he cant explain how so he is going to get it back together for me.i have worked on alot of things and never had ran into something this confusing. thanks for the help.i sent it out for assembly.

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Go to this site and you should be able to get the manual.

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