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Unread 05-16-2010, 02:46 PM   #1
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pulling transmission

like the title says im going to be pulling the transmission, after a few weeks of just not messing with the jeep i have drive shafts, exhaust and all that removed. after finally taking a dremel tool to get the rest of the top inverted star headed bolt that my neighbor so eloquently stripped to death i pushed the tranny with my feet and it seperated ahhh finally. i still have the transfer case connected as this is to replace the clutch (i bought the kit from advance auto) hopefully i can get my brother or someone to help me pull it but any body have any tips/secrets to help out so i dont screw up?? thanks in advance

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Unread 05-16-2010, 02:58 PM   #2
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If your going to pull it all the way out. drain transfer case and transmission. Unbolt the transfer case from the transmission. take the transfer case down by itself. For the transmission, put a jack with a 2x4 on top underneath the back end. Get a round piece of sturdy steel, thick rebar, etc. Place it on the tub where the shifter goes so its parallel to the front of the jeep. Take a tie down strap, place it around the front of the transmission right behind the bellhousing. take the two end hooks and hook them onto the rebar. pull the transmission out. The jack and strap allow you to adjust the transmission up and down, left and right so that it slides out. Make sure yuo put a jack stand with a 2x4 on top under the oil pan.
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