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Old March 4th, 2015, 10:20 AM
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R380 - Cannot remove extension housing

I am using the R380 Overhaul manual and I have done the following but the extension housing will not separate fully.

1. Remote shift housing removed
2. Reverse/5th gear selector spool retainer removed
3. Extension casing bolts removed
4. Pulled oil seal collar from output shaft
5. Use a soft faced mallet to tap (ha ha) extension free from locating dowels

I get a couple centimeters of separation but not much more. Anything I missing to get this thing separated? I am assuming I need to give it more than a tap to separate....but how much more? And did I miss anything that would keep this from coming apart?
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Old March 4th, 2015, 10:59 AM
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Derek I have an Idea. I will be right over to help separate.
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Ah....must deploy a BFH!

Definitely the next step if there is nothing but friction holding it together.

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BFH deployment successful.

As suspected layshaft is in 2 pieces.
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