Hey, the guys that sell that kit are great. They include all bearings and seals but you have to pay an extra 36 bucks for the synchros. You do get the ball cards for free, though. You are right in that it is for a FS5w71c, but I am sure they sell the other kit as well. I did not go through ebay, though. I gave em a call and it was at my door in less than a week. The tools needed for the rebuild other than standard sockets and wrenches are as follows.
Brass (soft) hammer,
good set of drift punches,
HEAVY DUTY set of snap ring pliers, no bullshit
Long arm/adjustable gear/bearing puller (I adapted the Autozone rental)
various sizes of pipe to place bearings with
grey silicone sealant
~200 ziplock bags
Illustrated parts breakdown
system for numbering the parts
I also had a bowl of 75w handy to dip the bearings in before install.
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for some pics
I found that the stock bearings had a cover over each side making it difficult for lube to freely traverse the bearing. The new bearings had no such cover. They look alot heavier as well. The bearing that failed mine was the front output shaft bearing located in the adapter plate. I found a broken shift fork while I was in there as well.