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Is it possible to install a new throwout bearing fork without removing the transmission on a 1956 jeep cj5

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It would be extremely difficult - REALLY difficult. Getting bearing attached to new fork and pressure required to connect to linkage, it would be literally a nightmare. Just drop driveshaft, undo trans mount, undo bell housing and slide trans back (not out) and you have access to TOB & fork.

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