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  1. Hi all, I am about to take the plunge during the holiday break to investigate my gearbox oil drips. I have read threads about not presuming the bell housing is the source of the drips and the various tips on removing the box with long bolts and trolleys. I am also ready to upgrade the clutch release fork and maybe the gearbox cover. My questions are: 1. If I only slide the gearbox back into the space left by removing the propshaft, will there be enough room to inspect the front seals and replace if needed? Will this also allow access to the clutch plate? 2. Is there a set position/alignment for the input shaft nose/front cover as I believe that there is an oil catch recess in the moulding Thank you in anticipation. Mark
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