I have a 1940 Lasalle 3 speed I bought at a auction that I want to get into working order. The transmission itself is clean, all the levers work and I can get the rear output to move in neutral. But the front output is fixed and only turns around 1/8" forward or backward before something is binding. I have played with every combination of moving the levers and I am guessing I have a ball or roller bearing binding. Before I pop the cover on this I would like a exploded view and some sort of guidance. so I do not drop bearings all over and am guessing on assembly. I have Cadillac shop manuals (with the supplements) going all the way back to 1952 but not one exploded view of this transmission or a step a step disassembly. I have a 21st edition of Motors Repair Manual where they took a picture with the cover off and discuss 12 steps of disassembly. But they only briefly talk about the needle bearings and the deterrent balls. Here is a picture of what a rebuild kit consist of to give you a idea of the bearings involved. https://s.yimg.com/aah/yhst-44448601296963/newitem1-89.gif http://www.cadillacpartsltd.com/191919calatr.html I believe this just may be a issue with a shift fork. But if I pop that case and find something unexpected I want to know how to put this back together if I have a incident while taking it apart.