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Old Today, 09:28 AM   #1
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Trans-tcase removal

Anyone have a suggestion on the easiest way to pull them? Split them and drop separately or together? Don't have a lift but I do have a trans Jack and motorcycle lift that fits under my truck.
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Re: Trans-tcase removal

motor cycle lift should spread it out better . then some good blocks of wood to level it out . and a few ratchet straps to secure it down . and its going to want to roll to the side the front output is on cause of the weight over there .

if its a older truck with floor hump that can be unbolted some guys have had good luck with engine hoist threw the door open and lower/lift it this way .
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Re: Trans-tcase removal

Thanks. So remove them as one unit?
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