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2gm transmission removal

Hey All,
2gm's loose and shaft's back far enough to slip the transmission back. All the linkage off and the bolts in the bell housing are out. Tried to separate the engine and transmission but they won't come apart. Have I forgotten something? Shop manual's on the way, but can someone help? Thanks in advance for any help!
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Have you tried a mallet... not a hammer.... a mallet?

Is this the Yanmar motor?
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Could be hung up on the spline....as Rockter said a mallet along with a few small wedges. Gently the bell housing is aluminum. A few helpful links....
http://www.freeboards.net/?mforum=yanmarhelp

http://www.yanmarhelp.com/s_faq.htm#My

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