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grumpyvette
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grumpyvette
01-13-21 10:54 AM - Post#2812012    

most guys separate the yoke in the transmission as required to pull the yoke or push it into the trans to gain clearance then slide the drive shaft out
if you pull the yoke use rubber bands and a plastic glove on the trans tail shaft to limit fluid loss
in a few cases you need a bottle jack to raise the trans an inch after removing the rear trans mount bolts to gain added clearance
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