This was a unique situation where a failed eaton 18 speed transmission was removed in the field from a gravel truck near Millarville. The Cobra 5500 crane on the service truck was used to remove the transmission from the highway truck as seen in the picture. In a shop environment a transmission jack would be used to perform the job, however working on a gravel parking pad the transmission jack would sink into the ground and not function as it should. The crane on the Dodge 5500 service truck was placed in the cab of the international 9200i and after removing the shift tower the winch line of the crane could be attached to the Eaton 18 speed. After removing all necessary components and unbolting the transmission bell housing from the CAT C13 engine the winch line could safely lower the transmission to the ground. The Eaton transmission was removed from under the truck, then the clutch and flywheel where removed. Upon inspection the rear main seal for the crankshaft on the C13 diesel engine showed signs of leaking and was replaced. The flywheel was ground down and reinstalled, along with a new clutch and the new transmission, the crane was used again for the reinstallation process. After reinstalling the transmission on the gravel truck, adjusting the clutch and filling the transmission with oil it was taken for a test drive and then sent back to work. This job was performed in the field by a certified journeyman in a safe and timely manner. Performing this job in the field saved the customer from towing the International into town, and then still having to pay for the repairs.