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Pulling motor?

Whats the easyist way to pull the motor? thanks

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Mods: GlowShift Gauges-Boost, Pryo, Oil psi and Fuel psi. DIY 6637 Intake, 160/100's, Wildman 6pos, Stage 2 water/meth, D66, TE HPOP, Vailer Clutch, Custom Bars and 5in turbo back....

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Re: Pulling motor?

Bump.. Any one no.. Lift the cab? Take the turbo off ect? whats the eaist way?

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Mods: GlowShift Gauges-Boost, Pryo, Oil psi and Fuel psi. DIY 6637 Intake, 160/100's, Wildman 6pos, Stage 2 water/meth, D66, TE HPOP, Vailer Clutch, Custom Bars and 5in turbo back....

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Re: Pulling motor?

I leave it(turbo) on I pulled the water pump off and it came out real easy only thing I forgot to unhook was the damn pyro lead.............. Chit oh well bought another one. Bobcat (skid steer) knows no strain !
Unhook batteries
Ok drain all fluids - remove oil filter
Unhook the electronics
Exhaust,IC tubes if equiped
motor mount bolts
bell housing bolts and torque convereter too.
Also remove the starter.
Im sure I forgot something but that should get you to thinking about it.

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Re: Pulling motor?

I pulled mine out with everything on it but it would be alot easier to take the waterpump off for sure. Very tight to get it all out in one piece.
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Re: Pulling motor?

Probably want to take the hood off but I think that's a given...

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Probably want to take the hood off but I think that's a given...
! Its the little things in life that screw you up...........

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easiest way is to have someone else do it

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Re: Pulling motor?

DZL JIM has a write up on how to remove motor. I can link it if you need me to.

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DZL JIM has a write up on how to remove motor. I can link it if you need me to.
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Mods: GlowShift Gauges-Boost, Pryo, Oil psi and Fuel psi. DIY 6637 Intake, 160/100's, Wildman 6pos, Stage 2 water/meth, D66, TE HPOP, Vailer Clutch, Custom Bars and 5in turbo back....

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Re: Pulling motor?

You can pull the core support . I just did mine that way because I had to take it off anyway . It made it really easy only thing to clear is the crossmember , I did'nt even pull the hood .

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