As my countershaft hub had severe pittings I had to hone the ID to fit 0,0020" oversize rollers, this means next time I need a new countershaft, no bigger rollers available.
My mainshaft had been hurt by pitting too, had to re-grind this too to get it round without damage and at an uniform diameter through the maingear bushing.
Also the maingear had to be ground at the surface where the rollers go. All bronze bushings had to be replaced and every one of those need to be honed to fit too, in total a lot of grinding and hone operations and for sure is time going fast when you are having fun.
Working on any make gearbox make you need a bunch of tailor made pullers and mandrels. This again give a lot of lathe work and welding (and scratching your head).
Long story short, the only work outstanding by now is to mount the shifter mechanism as well as parkerizing the starter pedal and clutch arm, then the gearbox is ready to go. I cant wait to get back and get this done.