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im in the middle of pulling my tranny out...i have the r154 tranny...i need to remove the clutch fork but have no idea how it comes out...does anyone know how it comes out....

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ok figured out the clutch fork but now i have another question...may sound dumb but what way does the engine turn over?
 

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ok all is good now...but i have another issue

i got all the bolts out of the tranny except for the upper right when looking at it from the front of the car....any ideas on how to get this bolt out...ive tried everything
 

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OR: LOL surprising how far a little common courtesy will take you ;)
(or how quickly a lack of it will get one ignored)
 

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ok all is good now...but i have another issue

i got all the bolts out of the tranny except for the upper right when looking at it from the front of the car....any ideas on how to get this bolt out...ive tried everything
4' of 3/8 dirve extentions and an wobbly with a 12mm (or 14? cant remember). Have fun. Make sure to drop the starter befor you take out the transmission and remove the pressure plate and slide it back. Disconnect the slave cyllander lices so you dont do an oh shit. And thank IJ every post =] He is da man.

(serously, i think he has no job and somehow get ahold of old text and dilberitly posts here to make us feel dumb) 0.o

-Chris.
 

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I really need to post a picture of my "SST J2585" wrench for that pesky nut behind the starter. Once you use those 4ft. worth of extensions to buzz the bolt out, you're still gonna have a fun time trying to hold the nut once it starts spinning.
 

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I really need to post a picture of my "SST J2585" wrench for that pesky nut behind the starter. Once you use those 4ft. worth of extensions to buzz the bolt out, you're still gonna have a fun time trying to hold the nut once it starts spinning.
Nut 0.o As fas as i know all the transmissions use a bolt. o.0
 

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depends on the year ;)

early had nut and bolt, later had the starter body tapped for the bolt...
 

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depends on the year ;)

early had nut and bolt, later had the starter body tapped for the bolt...
Interesting. If I ever get around to buying another Supra with a 7M, I'll be sure to purchase a later model starter.
 

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haha while doing my conversion to 5spd, i had to drop that r154 like 5 times. i can do it in like 20 minutes now. lol yea i have an 87 and that top starter bolt comes with the nut. it's a bitch. the nut was a 17mm. the best that worked for me was holding the nut with a stubby 17mm wrench and have my friend zap that bolt off.

oh and swivel impact sockets help ALOT! INVEST IN THEM!!!!!!!

bellhousing bolts are 14mm btw

-t3d
 

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IJ: ever heard the term... your old... lol dont ask i just get a kick out of talking shit about u being old... realistically... you and your car own me... its the best i can do
 
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