Self reflection and help needed lots of it. I was totally serious on the offer. I don't have anymore time to work on the truck this week or weekend. I just want it fixed and idk what to do. Here's a list of what needs to be done: Reinstall transmission all the way its close to all the way but not quite. Reinstall oil pan and new gasket. Reattach/torque front axle bolts. Install filter adapter + gaskets and filter . Install torque converter shield. Install alternator, battery and air cleaner. Put in oil and run truck to make sure it is all good. Reinstall skid plates splash guard and other guards and covers that were removed. All bolts are nice and organized and clean. Not a single Piece is missing to my knowledge. If you wanna make extra money you can do the rear main as well I'll tack on another $100+ for your troubles. If you wanna make the money or help me just PM me about it. At this point I can't even look at the truck it makes me too angry. Btw question is it bad if the cold is causing slight condensation in the crankcase? Because if yes then what should I do about it. Please even if you don't help physically I need the help emotionally because I'm just shot. I've wasted two day on moving the tranny and then learned that I couldn't get on the flywheel bolts. This wasted time could've been spent on the paperwork for my eagle project so I can get it done because I'm running out of time. Even if someone knows a mechanic that will come to my house or that wont mind me towing it to them and will be reasonable on price. I beg of you all please look at this post and try to help me out. I love that truck and don't want it to just sit in my garage all winter because I can't fix it because then it will be ruined and most likely will never run. This beast is my dream truck and I stupidly tried to do something without the right tools and enough knowledge and I got far, but just still didn't do what I wanted and wasted so much time. Almost 20 hours of my time working was a waste because I needed the right tools and didn't ask for help. I admit I ****ed up, but I've learned a lot and know what to do next time. Only good thing that has come of this was I learned I'm strong enough to move a 350+lb transmission and transfer case with only my arms and legs lifting it. There was a lot of other things I learned, but that was just an awesome moment. Wow, felt good to just say it out. But yah this truck not working has caused me to miss my girlfriends band competition, a day spend with her, possible getting my eagle, countless time that could've been spent making money or doing homework, and time that wouldn't of been wasted because I don't have a vehicle.