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Old 08-27-2014, 08:02 AM
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I was able to slide it off without doing anything to the tranny.

Im pulling my motor this weekend to make it a 508 stroker. Where did you attach the chains to in the rear? I have a lift point in the front, but don't see one in rear. Do you maybe have a pic or 2 showing where you attached chains to lift it out?

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If you have iron heads, you can attach a chain anywhere. Use an intake bolt or a hole in the back of the head.
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If you have iron heads, you can attach a chain anywhere. Use an intake bolt or a hole in the back of the head.
I slipped in a bolt in the heads at the rear of the engine almost where it intersecs with the intake manifold.
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Great thread!! I am ready to do mine! Picked up a builder motor, just going stock. Ironically I have the same color truck and same set up except regular cab. Thanks for sharing.

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