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    Re-fitting drive shaft C-clip.

    Hey guys, I've fitted new pto bearing and bellows and top hat (collar) In my 2004 GTX. Now I'm trying to pull back the collar to fit the C-clip but having no luck! I can pull it back a few mm maby quarter of an inch but I just can't get it back enough to even see where the C-clip goes. Any ideas, tricks and tips in doing this? Thanks jamie

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ID:	357283The dust is just off having a block of wood there to try and leaver against.

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    Its why you need this as well......

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    I throw a socket in the prop and loosly put the pump back on. This pushes the driveshaft forward slightly so you are not fighting it wanting to move back. Don't tighten the bolts though, you don't want to push the shaft too far forward. I have never had a problem with not having the tool doing this.

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