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Removal of evo6 gearbox

Hi there i,v took the engine and box out of my mitsubishi evo6 i,v took all the bolt out of the gearbox it comes back about 2inch then want move back any further its got a twinplate clutch fitted will i need to split the gearbox i,v took loads of box,s out but it like something is holding it can you help cheers frank

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  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    how to release a evo 6 gearbox
    i pull every bolt but still the gearbox will not release



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Late i know but the thrust bearing needs to be disconected as it is pull type clutch its done by puttig a screw driver in through a hole in the bell housing put it between the thrust bearing and pressure plate and turn it

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Is the bellhousing removable? also check the flex plate isnt bolted on

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