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Old 01-15-2013, 03:08 PM   #25
mynewe45ride
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Originally Posted by LoveBeingUseless View Post
I just wanted to add that you might be able to get at the shifter itself out without dropping the exhaust/drive shaft, but it is definitly more challanging and confined. I have never attempted any part of this job without removing the exhaust/driveshaft.
After looking at my exhaust flange bolts, i am hesitant to try taking them out. Is there any way to drop the driveshaft from the front+tie it up without removing center support and perform the work?
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