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Cant get gearbox out

Gearbox wont come out.All bolts removed have seperation of 10-15mm then sue stops wont come out any further.

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If its turbo manual theres a 10mm hex bung about 30mm round on side of box by starter motor remove that then remove the shaft behind it by threading a 10mm bolt into it and use it to leaver shaft out.

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The only thing you need to line up on a manual box is when you have fitted the new clutch you need to have a tool that holds the clutch plate central so that when you tighten the bolts up on the pressure plate the clutch stays central if you dont do this you wont be able to get the gearbox back onto the engine as the spline from the gearbox wont be able to go through the center of the clutch into the engine.

You can make or use you own tool to hold the clitch dead center as long as its a good fit and about the same size as the spline, so once you have the new clutch in and the pressure plate loosely bolted on you can still move the clutch around behind the pressure plate now right in the center their is a hole in the pressure plate and the clutch plate this is where the tool needs to be put so that the clutch plate remains dead center whilst you tighten the pressure plate up this will then make sure that the spline on the gearbox lines up properly not doing this will make it impossible to get the gearbox on properly.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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1985 honda shuttle


Dear customer,

1
if it welll welded than you ahve to remove also your gear box,
so try to buy with set in engine +gearbox,

2
yes you guess excatly its connected with bolted wheel with drive system,

3
yes its bolted,

4
Dear you have to choose the engine that recoonect your old gear box cause some model have some specifications that never matched up & having problem with this same you have,

so try to buy some similar engine which can easily connect to your gear box

5
or if you bought already a 1 new engine than you can connect this with special connector which can help you for gearbox connection this type of connector will be availalble at auto R&D centers they have for experiments,

IF you request than they will definatly helps you,

TRy & having funn with new engine

THNX


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