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Old 09-03-2014
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Transfer Case removal... HELP!!!

So I'm replacing a bad engine in my 99 Ranger 4x4. I have it stripped down enough to pull it. Want to do the clutch/slave cylinder since I have this all apart. For the life of me I cannot get this DAMN transfer case off the transmission. Whats the trick or am I trying to separate it at the wrong spot. From the service manuals I've found online I'm pretty sure I have the right spot. Right behind the tranny mount, 5 bolts the middle one had to take out the crossmember and tranny mount to get it out. I guess in addition to this do I even need to pull the tranny to pull the engine and do the clutch/slave cylinder?

Any help and advice greatly appreciated

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