chefmatt, did my 1550 clutch last year. remove hood and other tin, remove rad and front grill, disconect all wiring as needed, remove fuel line from tank to filter, diconnect chain coupler, remove motor mount bolts (watch for shims under these, need to go back same) attach winch from a frame to engine. I used 2 longer valve cover bolts that come through cover, pull engine, bell housing and hydra power unit as one, set on blocks on floor remove hydramatic unit change clutch. probably forgetting something but you just have to pay attention when your at it. wasn't really that difficult and I had never done a clutch on anything before this. did have I&T manual and asked some questions here. hope this helps and any question ask here or E-mail and I or other will surely be able to help you out. Again pay attention as you go and dont be in a rush. Hope this helps you out. Rocko.
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