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Oil pan leak

The front of my oil pan is leaking so is the seal around the dip stick, how hard is it to replace the oil pan the front of my truck is still apart besides the fenders and rad support in. I seen online some one just unbolt the motor mounts and rad support and just jack the motor up and stick blocks in the frame to hold the engine up, that was on a 2000 7.3 will this work on a 94? I need suggestions.
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The best way is to pull the motor and flip it over on a stand. Cheers!

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The best way is to pull the motor and flip it over on a stand. Cheers!
I don't have a motor stand of a garage big enough to pull my truck into I do most of my work in my drive way. I mean I pulled a 5.0 out of a e150 van that was a pain in the ***. Please tell me pulling the 7.3 engine is easier than pulling a 5.0 motor from a work van. Also is there any other way of doing this can I just disconnect the trans and unbolt the mounts and jack the motor up high enough to get the pan out? Also I have a manual truck so do I need to drop the tranny before pulling the motor?

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