I have a bent clutch fork in my nv4500- I was going to take it to get repaired, but money is tight, so I thought maybe I could tackle it myself. Everything *seems* pretty straight forward, but it is my first time removing anything this large from the truck. From what I understand, i have to disconnect the shafts, remove the 241 transfer case. This is the first time im dealing with an IFS transfer case, is it a lot harder to do than our SFA's? Last time I did it on my k5, I just disconnected the front drive shaft, and took it out as one unit. At that point, the transmission will only be supported by the bell housing bolts. Using a Tranny to jack adapter, support the tranny. Remove anything connected to the tranny (wires, speedo, and the shifter (just the long handle) Start un-doing bell housing from engine. Anyone have some tips? Tricks? Pointers? Want to come by for all you can eat pizza and beer?