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Originally Posted by jwasbury View Post
When I assembled my trans and engine, I had my buddy doing the "pushing together" from the end of the trans while I looked through the hole with my flashlight to verify 'successful insertion' of the release fork to TOB. IIRC, something was off on the first try, so the two halves had to be pulled apart and we tried again. The second time, I had a hand on the splined end of the shaft at the bottom of the trans (where the clutch release arm attaches) and I carefully controlled the angle of the release fork as the two halves were coming together...this is the key, I think.
Jacob, thanks for the encouragement. I WILL be there this weekend.

i actually was manipulating the pivot arm like you described, but at the last half inch of space, i let go, assuming that i was a done deal...grrrrrrrr.
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