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Old November 4th, 2012, 02:24 PM   #5
14muddn
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Originally Posted by Elvis13 View Post
How long did it take you to get the trans out?
About 4 hours. I used an atv jack with straps holding the trans from rolling off and floor jack to support the transfer case. The dowels were pretty rusty and the rough concrete made it almost impossible to get the trans separated from the motor taking most of the time. I wanted to get home as soon as I heard the squealing so I didn't get a chance to powerwash the underside so I was going inside to wash out mud chunks from my eyes every 3 minutes as well. There is a non running truck and a trailer in front of my garage as well so I was working in the dark which didn't help matters.

If I had a lift and well lit shop with tools near by it shouldn't take more than an hour or so. If you are planning on doing this in a driveway give yourself a weekend to be safe and have a buddy to help.

*i have pulled multiple transmissions and transfer cases in my driveway it is not ideal nor would I advise tackling this job if you haven't done it before.

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Originally Posted by Bsilbernagel View Post
I use clutch Dynamics in Lansing. Dan will work with you in getting you the right clutch for truck, semi or tractor, for what you use it for. I have had a couple different clutches made from scratch for custom builds and they do it affordably. They also resurface flywheels.

517-321-7389
http://www.clutchdynamicsinc.com/
Thanks I'll look into them for next time.
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