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  1. I removed my transmission and throw out bearing/fork assembly from my 1937 Dodge business coupe D5 with 3 speed transmission. My question is in addition to the 2 circular springs used to hold the throw out bearing carrier to the fork assembly there was a small mangled spring in there also. Please refer to 2 photographs. There is a factory plate that has 2 tabs with holes in them bolted to the front of the transmission which then would have these tabs 180 degrees apart on either side of the input shaft flange. I think the small mangled spring originally had one end in there but I don't see where the other end was connected to. Was this a homemade solution to something or was it a factory item to return the throw out bearing when clutch was released? I don't see where the other end of the spring would go. I wouldn't think it would have been attached to the circular springs. Do I have a mismatch of parts or what? Should there be 2 springs? Thanks for your help in solving this puzzle.
  2. I am a novice trying to reinstall the 4 speed transmission in my 1952 B-C-3. I followed the directions in the manual when removing the transmission and slid it out on guide pins placed in the upper bolt holes. Now when I try and slide it back in it is getting hung up. It appears to me that the throw out bearing is the issue. I can't seem to get it lined up up correctly. I tried putting the bearing directly on the transmission shaft but then I can't get it past the clutch fork. I then tried to remove the clutch fork but can't seem to get it out of the housing with the clutch installed. Can someone please advise what the correct procedure for installing the transmission? The book just says "reverse removal procedure". Thank you!!!
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