My 2 cents on this is that to remove the engine and tranny together, there is more height required than a typical cherry picker can provide. I usually use the front bucket on the tractor. It is best to separate them and get them out one piece at a time. Use car stands to hold the vehicle up high enough to get the tranny out. Rent a tranny jack if you need to
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