I would take all the gears and collars and what not off and wire wheel the shafts down to bare metal, then grease it up before re-assembly. Take your time though, when you rush you lose pieces and forget where things go haha. also make sure the whole assembly is facing the right way when you try and put it back in the bottom case half. The bevel gear has to mesh with the pinion gear, if it is backwards it will not fit.
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