I can't speak for Hokie but I think he meant to use some wood blocks and crib up the front half of the tractor. I prefer wood cribbing than metal on metal jackstands and the like though I know a lot of fellows do use steel jackstands. You can go to Home Despot and buy a 6X6 timber and for a couple of extra bucks they would saw it for you into 2'X2' lengths. That and a piece or two of 1X and 2X lumber you can crib (block) them securely. If you want to do this job we could guide you through it. Might gripe at you a little - if you need it - but we'd get you through the job. I don't have a photo of an N blocked up but do have another tractor blocked up so you can see what we mean. This job wasn't a split between the engine and transmission like your are contemplating but instead for front axle repairs. Someone here ought to put an N split for a clutch onto a slideshow for fellows like you as we all know a pic is worth quite a few words.
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