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6MT Transmission Drop

Hello all! Pulled my transmission last week and put together a video detailing the process for anyone who is looking to do there's. As long as you have a proper

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Old 01-12-2020, 10:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all!

Pulled my transmission last week and put together a video detailing the process for anyone who is looking to do there's. As long as you have a proper set of extensions and a good jack, these transmissions are easy to pull!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMIwhJn2xuI
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Love the bricks leaning to starboard ................... not sure I'd be under that .....
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I had this supported on truck jackstands, the wooden beams were under the tires as a safety.
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That's a great walk-through, and the detail is very helpful. I know this may not be your original intention, but it solidified my decision to have a shop install a clutch for me.

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great video man! how high does the z have to be to get the tranny out? 2-3ft?? debating which 6ton jack stands to get..
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