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This might be simple/silly question but I am still learning!

I am replacing the clutch which includes removing the dirveshaft. There are 4 nuts to remove. The first two were easy enough to get to but the "back two" are extremely difficult to reach.

Without firing up the engine is there a way I can rotate the driveshaft so that the remaining two bolts are in the front position?

Thanks in advance for any help. Trying to knock this project out this weekend.
 

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Lift the back end off the ground with the tires free. Rotate the shaft so you can acess the other two that you need. Then set the E-brake and take the other two off. You can rotate it by hand.
 

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how the **** are you doing this without the back end up? let me guess, ramps.......... looks like i probably answered my own ?
 
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