After pulling the bearing, you need to remove the bolts that hold the axle to the torsion bar plate. Before just unbolting this, it's good to mark where it aligned with a chisel.
Then there are additional bolts to the rear of the axel and front. Don't forget all the cables and things like the clutch!
Once everything is disconnected, it's a matter of jacking it up and out. I didn't remove the two large bolts for the cross member as it was easy for me to wiggle it out. The transmission isn't that heavy, but can be cumbersome.