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Old 10-27-2012, 10:47 PM
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finaly got the engine out

Well it only took 3 weeks didnt end up pulling the trany too although i wish i did because the pain of ripping the motor out and catching on everything and getting the trans seperated took like 45min to get it out. Although i didnt break anything luckly i did put a couple dents in the ypipe andpulled the wires out of the censor because i forgot to unplug it. Owell. I dont see how anybody could get that spart without pulling the front clip like the bolts in the back of the motor. Im not looking forward to have to do it on the other truck. I rapped the chain around gthe rear of the manifold and the front of the pspump. Couldnt get the too thre motor mount bolts to put the chain there.
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putting it in another truck the red one by my username. after i give it a gasket job paint it up and some other stuff.
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