Any advice is welcome on the R&R as this is my 1st transmission removal.
I think I have "most" of the normal tools (sockets, wrenches, pliers). I bought a new transmission jack & four 15-inch 6-ton jack stands. I bought 20 inches of half-inch and 3/8-inch socket extension bars too. I don't have a bearing puller but I saw the newspaper & grease trick.
I kind of wish I had thought to buy a fork and an oil seal (90311-38032), but I didn't think of the oil seal when I ordered the parts - but I'm thinking of it now as I run through a mental checklist of what I'm going to need. I will run to the local stealer and get that oil seal for sure.
The parts are for a 1998 Toyota Tacoma. <https://imgmonkey.com/uxevsgwnnku8/clutch02.jpg.html
I have a shop lined up to resurface the flywheel if it's scored but they only work weekdays so resurfacing may be out of the question since it has to be back on the road by Monday.
Any useful advice is welcome as this is my first clutch job in my life.