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post #1 of 9 Old 09-13-2010, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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oil pan with ot pulling motor

is there a way to do it with out movein the motor
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I guess you could cut the supports...easier to just unbolt the motor mounts and lift it up til you can get the pan off. IDK if you can do it on a powerstroke but we've done it on a 70 chevy smallblock motor before. As close as that support is, that motor is going to be WAY up there before you can get the pan off.
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i have heard of people unbolting the trans, then motor mounts and jacking the motor up enough to get it out. just be careful.

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well i guess i have to pull the motor
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I recently pulled my motor to install a new oil pan. i was told it was the only practical way.

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Had to put a pan gasket on my 95. Had to pull the trans/t-case because the clutch and flywheel would not clear the bellhousing. Pulled the turbo, downpipe, radiator, fan, fan shroud, a/c compressor, powersteering pump bracket, popped the fuel lines off. unbolted the mounts and had to raise it about a foot with a tractor with a front end loader. its gotta go waaaay up there cause the pan has to come down a ways from the engine to clear the oil pickup tube and the crossmember at the same time. Good luck

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Ah ****, I was asking myself the same question. Was hoping I would be able to get it out with out lifting the engine. Don't have to tools for that.

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well its an opportunity to clean the block, paint it, rebuild the oil cooler, check for corrosion, easily replace injectors or glows, etc. a list of 'might as well's' while you in there.

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ill clean all the junk of the motor but its not getting painted. i only open the hood to work on it. im doing glow plugs but the injectors are way down the road.
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