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Go to Harbor Freight or some place and get a $2 USD Flywheel tool. Or, do like I did before I got the tool, lay a 5/16 inch flat blade across the starter nose and a ring gear tooth and pull on Torq/conv wrench.
 

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These aren't left hand thread bolts are they because i tried that and i couldn't budge the bolts. They are tight. I had as long of a wrench as I could get on the bolt and couldn't move any of them.
 

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ViseGrips now that's a good idea.
Or tap the end of the wrench in varying degrees of emphasis with a hammer. There should be plenty of room with each bolt pointed towards the ground.
 

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I just want to but in and say that when i pulled my tranny for the first time the flywheel tool was much appreciated, making sure i didnt mess anything up. Oh and not only that but i had to buy not one breaker bar, but to so that i could get enough leverage to get off the bolts. Also i almost diesled my engine into starting when rotating the flywheel so thank god that ingnition was off and i only broke my flywheel tool and my knuckles!!
 
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