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Make sure you put torch converter inside of trans be for you put it up. lift trans to bake of motor and lock in bell housing bolts
jack trans up and put cross bar and trans mount in .
go back to torch converter and install bolts to flywheel.
install dust cover then hook trans lines .
then install drive shafe then hook up shifter cable.
then put in your trans fluid

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