Richardo and I were able to get the transmission out and back in with the new clutch. It took longer than we expected, it usually does, because we had to take the transmission hump off as well as the seats.
The only thing that is a little concerning, is that the throwout bearing does not always spin freely when the cluth is not engage. It will spin with the clutch plate and flywheel. Sometimes it will pull back far enough so that it does not spin.
I have tried to adjust the clutch slave to but with no luck.
Does anyone know how serious this might be. It does not really make any noticable noise right now.
Justin - Relocated to Littleton
TLCA # 18376
78 FJ40, Rear Locker, 33's, power steering, sbc, Front axle serviced and approved by Rising Sun 4x4