Alright, so las time my car ran, was 3 days ago, when I decided to change my transmission because the last owner managed to destroy most, if not all, syncros. The car is a 93 Civic with a 96 B18B with an hydrolic clutch. So after finally putting it all back together, Giving it a run around the block, I come back to my place, stop the car, start it again... now it won't shift gears when the car is running. Bleeded my clutch system, had a buddy pull on the clutch arm to see if it was working propely, then we managed to hear the throw out bearing scream then it jammed. So I figure that when putting the transmission back in, we, hit the freaking bearing, and it moved, out of his socket. Is there a way to TRY to replace it, by using a small prybar thru the fork hole on the front of the tranny, or should I forget that idea...and remove the whole damn thing again losing time and money? Thank you for your input, I'll go back to try to find a rope somewhere.