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Removal Of The Alltrac Drive Shaft

Discussion in 'Drivetrain' started by SpeedDemon, Jan 12, 2008.

  1. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Well-Known Member

    So im trying to pull the engine to the trac to start rebuilding it. I would like some helpfull tips to get the driveshaft off with hand tools. Everyones words of wisdom are appreciated. Thanks
  2. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    busted knuckles and lots of screaming are in order

    easiest way we have found without flipping the car over
    unbolt both carrier bearings
    lift vehicle, pull a little and it should pop out.
  3. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Well-Known Member

    No Busted Knuckles. Don't have a rust problem like there is in maryland. Everything came apart without a hitch with hand tools. I guess that oil leak Kepts everything fresh
  4. CrazyAchmed

    CrazyAchmed Well-Known Member Donated!

    Your an asshole.

    jk. Wanna trade so you can understand the busted knuckle part? I wish I had the same deal with little to no rust like you guys out that way and down south.
  5. Dman_23

    Dman_23 Guest

    Exactly, my race car is from Ontario. The rear suspensions arms came off with the help of an angle grinder, and pry bars, not to mention the pneumatic impact, pneumatic die grinder, and pneumatic hammer. And a fair amount of blood - damn that stupid toe adjusting cam.
  6. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Well-Known Member

    Yeah I love not having rust issues. Im so Happy because the trac doesn't have a dent nor doesit have rust.
  7. lone wolf

    lone wolf Well-Known Member Donated!

    When lifting my engine out of the ST165 it just fell out :) it's not bolted into your gearbox (correct word?).

    We started lifting, turned it a bit and plop, it fell out just like that :)

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