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Old 08-09-2019
B.Nyhof B.Nyhof is online now
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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Hamilton
Posts: 281

The supports that hung up the removal of the engine were only about 1/2 too narrow. I ground about 5/16 off of the engine mounts and it slip right in. To get the top to spread 1/2 inch you need to move the bottom a whole bunch. Once the engine was back in the lower crossmember pulled everything back where it needed to be. On post #2 pics 1 and 2 you can kind of see the pieces I’m talking about. About 1/2 way back under the engine mounts. As far as the pallet jack, it’s got a 4500# capacity. The engine/tranny combo rolled really good on it. When you don’t have a forklift you have to improvise. All in all it worked really well.
Brian Nyhof
Hamilton, MI
1989 SP 36
1982 FC35 SB-----SOLD.
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