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What could be holding my tranny to the motor if all the bolts are off? its a 1992 vigor standard transmission.

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Ah, it could be stuck a little, use a little force, could of missed a bolt in a weird place, or it's at to much of an angle and you need to release some of the tention in order for it to slip out.

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