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I would pull tranny first. Too many people like to skip this step but it really becomes pain when reinstalling (and moving truck around). Also remove A/C condensor or at least put some heavy cardboard between it and the engine. The rest is like pulling any big block engine.
[updated:LAST EDITED ON 30-Jul-02 AT 08:56 AM (EST)]Pull the radiator and fan and the turbo. Disconnect the p.s.lines and A\C
lines. IF ITS A STICK YOU WILL HAVE TO PULL THE TRANS. I just had mine out in the spring to fix oil leaks and replace the clutch. Cherry picker handled it no problem. FYI the motor weighs 1010 pounds.
1979 F350,4x4,NP435,5:13 gears,Detroit locker in rear with hardened shafts,ABR in the front,360 with 428 crank & rods,390 HP heads,Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch,MSD Ignition,39.5x18 Boggers,bucket seats out of a Lightning,& a Southern Body that is perfect.
1997 F350 PowerStroke 4X4,36 Inch Super Swampers, Strait Piped, Chiped, Propane Injected, LUK Clutch
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