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Username Post: 54 3-speed tranny dissambly        (Topic#368779)
Maxine 
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06-23-22 11:26 AM - Post#2843268    

I have read more than a few threads on rebuilding this tranny and watched several videos, all were very helpful on the things that they discussed. I have not yet seen anything on the removal of the rear bearing support. I have removed the retaining plug and the diagram in the manual appears to have the support pulled out from the back, but so far the puller that I cobbled using bolts to pull it out are not having any effect. I don't think I am near the breaking point, but I don't want to keep applying torque to it if it's never going to come out that way. Any advice?



 


Keith_Knox 
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06-23-22 07:36 PM - Post#2843280    
    In response to Maxine

Did you look at this sticky by rrauch?

https://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/showtopic.php?t...

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rrausch 
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06-24-22 06:01 AM - Post#2843293    
    In response to Keith_Knox

If I recall correctly the rear bearing is held in place by a locking ring that will need to be removed first. Can you post a picture?

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Maxine 
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06-29-22 12:27 PM - Post#2843580    
    In response to rrausch

Sorry for the late reply, by the time I got myself set up for posting pictures, I got the support bearing out and back in, it did in fact get pulled out from the back.



 


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