Tyson, as I remember it is just a slow job, one of those where you
have to turn the wrench over each stroke.
But.......here's a tip. I believe that Larry Dickstein is the person
that first mentioned it on this list. After you have the xmember off
drill holes in it large enough to get the proper size socket through.
That will make this job a snap in the future.
Larry Hoy; Denver, CO. USA
1969 MGB Roadster
1987 Jaguar XJ6 VDP
"It's not how fast you go, it's how fast you go fast"
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> Everything is removed from the engine (followed the Bentley manual
> completely), but I can't seem to get the transmission crossmember
> removed from the tranny. The four bolts holding the x-member to the
> body (rubber bumper, 76, with overdrive) are removed, and two of the
> bolts (front-most) holding the inverse-trapezoidal piece to
> the tranny
> are removed, but more hold it on. Any idea how to get to them?
> The engine/ tranny will come out tomorrow. Thanks
> Tyson Sherman