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Ford Truck Club Forum > FORD F-100 | F-150 SERIES > 1948-1983 Ford F100



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Old May 25th, 2013, 03:45 PM
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OK I finally got the flywheel straighten out. I installed the flywheel, clutch and pressure plate. Remove the clutch alignment tool bolted on the bell housing and TRIED to install the transmission. I bolted four 7/16"-14 All threads about six inches,long into the bell housing as an alignment tool ,I slide the transmission in place but, I get stopped approximately 1 1/2" away from mating the trans to the bell housing. I've worked on this for the past two days and am getting no where..... Any Ideas?
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Hmm put trans in gear turn the rear tailshaft slow while pushing the tranny forward.
The splines is not lined up. I Always have a stick tranny placed in gear when installing them. If you can't turn the tailshaft use the driveline yoke.. my 2 cents.. orich
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If what orich said doesn't work. Make sure the splines are correct and check to make sure the tranny splins aren't bured. Sometimes they get messed up when there out

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