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OK, I may be spoiled, but I expect engines and transmissions to be separable. It is impossible to remove the bell housing with the transmission as on newer cars, because that dowelled housing wraps around to the front of the flywheel! It seems like the clutch/flywheel has to be dropped out the bottom with the housing in place! That meant separating behind the housing, at the transmission itself. OK, except there is a spring between the throw-out arm and the transmission, INSIDE the housing, and only (barely accessible through a small access/vent panel on top. Oh, and of course, the throw-out bearing drops away, as the transmission shaft slides away. I have no idea how I will get it all back together! It would seem to need five small hands on multi-jointed arms to hold all the bits in place while wrestling it into alignment. Has anybody else pulled one of these early straight eights with the wraparound clutch-housing/engine mount castings? Are there secrets I missed? Thanks, jc
Hello Group, I am now ready to pull the front clip off the '38 RC. What order of removal would work, i.e. hood, front quarter panels, inner panels, front grill, etc... The goal is to remove the engine and transmission at the same time. Thanks in advance!
I am removing the engine and clutch of my 1940 Dodge D-14. I know I'm missing something simple, but can't figure out how to remove the driveshaft. This is the last piece (that I am aware of, at least) that I need to handle before being ready to pull the engine. The Service Manual just states "Remove Propeller Shaft", but no details on how to do that. I've looked through the transmission section, but couldn't find details there either. Any other engine removal tips would also be appreciated. Eric