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    Default Colorado Clutch Help

    Well, I think I've bitten off more than I can chew. I planned to replace the clutch in my 76 Blazer by sliding it back a bit. Unfortunately, it looks like the thing needs to come all the way out. Anyone in the front range area with some clutch experience? I'm not sure I have the confidence to continue working on it alone. Will, of course, pay for beer, food and gas for however long it takes!

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    Moved this to the new Colorado forum. Anyhow?

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    Sorry, no experience there. Have you tried youtube? Very pleased with some of the stuff I've tackled myself with instructional videos.
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    Found a nice vid on YouTube and a step-by-step online. Everything has one smoothly up until I needed to tip the engine back to slide the tranny. Darn engine won't tip, even with the engine and transfer case weight hanging from it. Neither the video or step-by-step mention loosening the motor mounts, so at another conundrum. At least I'm a bit farther than a couple of weeks ago!

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