[DML] Re: Pulling an engine and auto trans
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[DML] Re: Pulling an engine and auto trans

Knowing what I know now, on the assumption that you have a lift and a 
transmission jack, I'd put the engine in first and then the trans 
when doing an automatic. For some reason pulling them out together is 
not such a big deal, probably because you are not trying to line 
things up at the same time.

Dave - when you guys did this, did you have the crossover pipe in 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Stragand" <dave.stragand@...> 
> I put my engine and manual trans in as a unit, and convinced Dan 
> Plakosh that this would be the easiest route for his engine and 
> trans install.  I was wrong... It's tricky.
> You're definitely going to need a 'tilter', which is a bar-and-
> assembly that allows you to tilt the whole assembly easily while on 
> the hoist.  You're going to have to REALLY tilt it to get it in 
> there... getting close to vertical at times.
> It will certainly help to have a second person there as well.
> -Dave

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