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Old 07-13-2006, 09:49 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by BillBoost37

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Using a transmission jack is EXTREMELY helpful for this job.
Or a regular floor jack and a piece of board.. enough to distribute the weight.. However..if you run it dry...it won't weight enough to need a jack. (I tested this)
I suggest that method because the transmission jack has the micro arc adjustment that you won't get with a regular jack. Plus, the pan on a transmission jack is considerably larger than a floor jack with a board. It'* not as unweildy.
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