Re: [DML] engine pulling question.. Also upgrades.
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Re: [DML] engine pulling question.. Also upgrades.



Other than those 4 screws being a pain to get to (what isn't!), this 
is a great idea. I had to do this when reinstalling an engine with an 
automatic trans attached. Somehow it came out just fine, but it did 
not want to go back in to place with the mounts already on the frame. 

Things are a lot tighter on the automatic, but it would help on 
either. 

Most of this process goes a lot easier with two or three people. You 
figure out some creative stuff working alone. 

Dave Swingle


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Robert Lingo" <rlingo@xxxx> wrote:
> 
> If I had to pull my engine againe, (which I did without pulling the 
trans. 
> with it) I would remove the bolts holding the engine mounts to the 
car frame 
> (2 bolts per side).   This would allow you to pull the engine 
straight back, 
> instead of up and back (proved very difficult for me).  It's how I 
got the 
> engine back in as well.  Those mounts, if not removed, get in the 
way. 






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