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re-install transmission and tranfer case

Rebuilt my T90 transmission and getting ready to re-install. Trans plus transfercase is one heavy bear. Pulled out as one unit but separated transmission from adapter first-worried about damage on re-install. Small block conversion (not mine) and adapter leave little room. WHAT'S BEST- install trans and adapter first then transfter case (t-case indexes off rear bearing on mainshaft) or bolt the whole thing together (I am using a trans jack- just have limited room.) Anyone ever done the transmission first then add t-case? Oh- Willys pickup- v8 switch-1956-59 configuration. Helpful advice sought

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