This is my idea on how to pull it by myself. I'm almost 73 years old and can't lift like you young whippersnappers. I'll put it back in the same way with a transmission jack. The transmission jack is sitting on a heavy duty work bench under my lift. I can use the lift (up/down) and the transmission jack (up down/tilt) to take it out and put it back into the housing. I used a 3/4"x12" threaded pipe nipple, 3/4" Flange bolted to a 5/8" piece of plywood than bolted to my transmission jack. Works for me!!! After pulling my Ford 9" (70#), is it OK to let it hang by the yoke to let the oil drain before I put it into a shipping container? Will it cause any damage to the inside parts? I plan on picking the new rebuilt unit out of the container box by the yoke using my lift to get it out and onto my transmission jack. I don't want to cause any damage. This is the shipping container I will be using and as you can see it has to go in with the yoke up. It is a Scribner #5199 and all you have to do is bolt it in, bolt the top half on and it is ready to ship.