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Topic: Re: Ford 4610 Transmission fluid leaking
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rdgemmill

08-12-2017 16:18:19
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Hey Rod (or anyone else),

I know this is and old thread but I hope youre still out there to field this question. I have a 4610 that needs a new clutch and I am preparing to split it. I will secure the rear end (rear and transmission) and pull the front away using a floor jack and blocking under the oil pan, but for the life of me I cant figure out what you meant by wedging the front axle. So I guess I am dumb as a box of hair, but would you kindly explain this to me?

Thanks a million,

Richard

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