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Doing a clutch job on a rusty f150 please help
Here's the deal i have a '90 f150 300 6, 5 speed, 4x4 and the truck is rusty as can be. The clutch is gone and i need to replace it. Zach and i started the job on monday and are having a really hard time. We started pulling the t-case and had to cut off a shifter bolt and got all but 1 of the t-case bolts off which is the hardest one to get to right up by the floor and of course that one decides to round off, also one of the starter bolts is rounded off so that's going to have to be cut off. Do you guys think it would be easier to pull the motor than the trans and t-case? Can we get the trans and t-case out still together and then get that t-case bolt off while it's out of the truck? Anybody have any advice for us? This truck is being a pain the the ass and we havn't even started to get the trans out yet.