I sure as hell didn't. I probably could have pulled the motor, done it on the ground and dropped it back in faster... -Bumper off -Charge pipes off -Battery ground off -Starter off -Axle nut removed -passenger lower balljoint seperated -axle removed from tranny -dropped shiftlinkage back by shifter (did not disconnect from tranny due to bitch pin) -tranny fluid drained -Radiator loosened -3 bolts out of rear bracket -back rear bracket bolt loosened -drivers side mount loosened -Jack under tranny, jack under block (2 jacks) -All but one (top + easy to reach) tranny bolts removed -Top bolt broke loose -transmission mount unbolted from frame -motor dropped+angled downwards slightly -transmission mount removed from transmission -passenger shock fork unbolted -axle removed totally -passenger side radius arm removed -intermediate shaft removed 3 bolts (did not seperate from drivers axle) -dropped motor more, more tilt -removed top tranny bolt -yanked, cursed, etc. etc. -somehow got tranny out Then replaced my heavy old flywheel, beat old clutch disk and stock pressure plate with the Action 6MD clutch + Toda chromoly wheel. Tried to get tranny to go back. No dice. Was catching against the frame. So... -dropped front crossmember -slid tranny back in -one person underneath lining up intermediate shaft, one person working jack, one person pushing and steering. -bolted EVERYTHING back up again. Thanks a ton to Shawn D + Kurt showin up just in time to help get the thing back on So does anyone know an easier way without pulling the motor to do a clutch on a CRX with a B series swap? Edit: this approach took approximately 7.5 hours start to finish working alone (except to the 15 minutes of help from Shawn + Kurt getting the tranny lined back up again) for difficulty comparison purposes.