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LOl yes just leave the tranny connected and pull the whole thing together it's much easier for both removal and installation. leave the exhaust system connected. just disconnect the axles from the tranny. and the shifter linkage. uplug all the wires. drain the oil and remove the oil lines from the tank and the and the bottom of the engine. disconnect the fuel lines, remove the intercooler and air box. Pull the back bumper and then drop it out. pelican sells an adapter for your floor jack that balances the engine and tranny. I have used it a bunch of times. whole process takes about an hour and a half after you have done it once or twice.
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