I thought I'd post up. Some of the pictures are not great since I had to use a phone camera, but hopefully it gets the idea across... As far as the steps to take this thing apart, I'd recommend the FSM. I could detail it all, but if you are going to be taking an H55f apart you should have an FSM handy anyways. These will be most of the steps that I had to use the pullers I made. I did take some "shortcuts" like using a brass drift for a few of the steps where another puller would have been ideal. first steps are to take the top cover off, then remove the front bearing retainer and the circlips on the bearing.. The layshaft bearing up front is what comes out first. I noticed that both layshaft bearings had to be out to give the input shaft enough space to come out.