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Removing manual tranny

Is there any surprises when doing a removal I want to inspect the clutch etc. that is the reason I'm doing it. just bought it. And it really needs attention.

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Wont move

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

  • robertlalen Jun 18, 2008

    it seams like the cluch is stuck in gaged

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