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Easiest Way to put a 4 Bolt transmission on a frame

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Timely info! Thanks

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Perhaps they could be called "tranny stud hangers"?

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I have some of those I made for splitting our ford tractors we had here. Big dowel pins pretty much. Great idea Lane

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Similar studs are directed in the Sundstrand manual  (to align the hidden O-rings )for the separated system as in the D series as I have made several of them.  

Once the hex head is off, use hack saw to cut a slot for a flat screwdriver to remove the stud. Works great... 

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I have a pair of 3/8-16 X 2" set screws that I use. They align the transaxle and I run nuts up on them to snug it into place and then insert the lower bolts. Once the lower bolts are tight I replace them with regular bolts.Couple of bucks, but saves a lot of time.

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Add in a HF lift table. Have the frame on stands. Put the tranny on the table. Lift the tranny with the table and roll the tranny in place. :)

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Here is another Way.

Marv

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I do it with the wheels on the rear axle , roll it into place using a floor jack to hold the nose up and align it with the frame - never had an issue .

 

Sarge

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22 hours ago, AMC RULES said:

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That's a wittle tranny.:)

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