[DML] Re: Transmission Clearance
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[DML] Re: Transmission Clearance

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "schab932000" <schab932000@xxxx> wr
HI I just did mine a few months ago and just drove the car up ramps.. I did 
have to slide the tranny out from under the car on a board so.. but it still wasnt 
too difficult.. If u have a tranny jack that will make it much easier.. I finagled 
mine back up with three different little jacks on the ends and middle.. kind of 
hard but oh well.. its done.. Dave..vin.. 15275..

> I'm going to be replacing my clutch in the offseason... a job I'll 
> being doing in my own garage, with the car up on jacks. Can 
> anyone give me an idea of how much clearance I'll need from the  
> garage floor to the bottom of the car to be able to fully remove the 
> transmission. 1 Feet, 2 feet, 3 feet or more? I'm assuming a 
> transmission jack is something that scoots on the floor and I'm 
> not sure how high that is well, but I'll need to figure that in as 
> well.
> Thanks everyone.
> Pat 
> vin 5443

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