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I want to remove the tranfer case from the transmisson

Do i remove it from the front or back side of the mount

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Remove it from the back side of the mount, so that if u r looking at the head of the bolts u will be faceing the back if the truck. there are 6 of them, 15mm i believe

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If the tansmission crossmember is not being removed take out the back way.because they probably won't be enough room to take out the other way.

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