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Taking a gear box out of a evo 7

I'v just stiped my evo7 down to take the gearbox out to cange the clutch but hit a problem i'v taken all the bolts out and still it wont come out. Does the transfer box which the drivers side prop shaft and rear drop shafts are conneted too need to come out with the gearbox or does it stay wear it is? or am i missing something simple

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When you pull trans all of the trans comes out even the transfer case
the drive shaft just needs to disconnected
make sure you have help droping the whole tranny cause its going to be heavy

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