Hey guys I was trying to get my torque arm out today. I have the 2 bolts that attach it to the rear end. I was trying to pull it out of the mount but could not get it to come out. Is there some bolts on the transmission that have to come out or should is just come out?
__________________ 1996 Pontiac Firebird Formula- Down Since 2-21-2009
T-56, SLP Cold Air Intake, Pacesetter Headers w/ORY-Pipe, Corsa Exhaust,Spec Stage 3 Clutch, Hurst Comp Plus Short Throw, Trifica Tune, CC503,Crane Springs
72 Chevelle SS(clone)- 383 stroker, scat crank, 4150 I beam rods, JE pistons 10:8:1, moderate hydraulic roller cam, Pro topline 235cc heads, air gap rpm intake, 3200 stall, 3.73 rear, full flowmaster 40 series exhaust with ceramic coated headers
you can also just unbolt the tailshaft from the trans and remove the torque arm and tailshaft as one piece and not have to worry about that PITA mount. its only 4 bolts and it will save you some aggravation
or you can try spraying some wd-40 in the rubber mount to get it to slide out easier