Re: [DML] I joined the engine pulling club
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Re: [DML] I joined the engine pulling club



I found this engine mount trick especially true on the automatic, not 
such a big deal on the manual. Also - when you remove/install the 
engine with an automatic attached, take/leave the dipstick off! 
That's worth a couple of inches of clearance as you tilt it into 
place. 

The other reason this engine mount trick is a good idea is that 
sometimes the mount gets stuck to the engine, and you can very easily 
rip the rubber part in two when you lift it. 

Dave Swingle


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Qume Fox" <qumefox@xxxx> wrote:
> 
> 2) Unbolt the motor mounts from the frame instead of seperating the 
two 
> halfs of it.. This might be a pain to do. I don't remember, as it's 
been 
> awhile since I pulled mine, but if you can manage it it'll keep you 
from 
> having to lift the engine as high. I think it also makes putting it 
back in a bit 
> easier as well. 
> 
> 







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