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how to: clutch R & R???

is there one around? would like to read up on it before i tackle that project.


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hmm. I don't think there is one on here but aside from the tranny/x-fer case weighing 800 pounds it isn't really that bad.

take out the front and read driveshaft

remove the shifter from inside the cab

remove starter

remove slave cylinder

remove cross member

unplug reverse sensor etc...

remove bellhousing bolts

slide tranny back to access clutch

replace clutch / flywheel

reverse steps.

bout the only tool you will need that you might not have is a tranny jack. that tranny is too heavy and long to use just a regular floor jack. everything else can be done with regular hand tools

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