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Old 02-17-2013, 12:31 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Stand that bitch up! LOL That's what I did.
I actually hung mine from the cherry picker, but just standing it up on the rear grab bar will work too. Pretty easy to get to that way.
+1 In post #17 I gave a nice little explanation on how to do it. But each to his own.
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Once I hit mid 70's
Kill the clutch then kill the tranny lol
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Interesting.
I just went and looked at mine. One bolt is broken and one has a huge screw holding it in. HaHa. Looks like I need to learn how to do what you did.
Very easy fix.. Do it alot at work but with Stainless 10x worse
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