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Old 10-29-2010, 12:15 AM
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What I've Been Working On Today..

well there were a few people that said i dont get my hands dirty.. well i do!

but anyways i know its not a diesel.. but theres one in the background!
brother got a rod knock, and has tranny problems so i thought i'd pull the whole driveline. look me 3 hours from start to finish. this is the first time pulling a whole Driveline and first time doing it redneck style and without a Cherrypicker..

one of my "Come A Long" snaps but lucky i had a safety chain or that engine would have been ffffffuu*k









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while its out , you could put a jap diesel in it.
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man your nuts... 2*4 and a chain holdin an engine and trans... stay out from under that thing.. lol
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man your nuts... 2*4 and a chain holdin an engine and trans... stay out from under that thing.. lol
Just what I was thinking!!
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gotta love the old 22re's! and yea I thought I was redneck.......
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while its out , you could put a jap diesel in it.
4BT? lol

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man your nuts... 2*4 and a chain holdin an engine and trans... stay out from under that thing.. lol
well about 200 pounds supported through 3 lag bolts is 66 pounds an anchor, then another 300 supported by a 4x8 crossed between a support beam. when the other come-along broke the engine freefell about a foot and that "jerk" on the support held up lol

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gotta love the old 22re's! and yea I thought I was redneck.......
its got over 320k on the engine
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Old 10-29-2010, 02:30 PM
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its got over 320k on the engine
wow! yea time for a new one
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wow! yea time for a new one
yea most def
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Did the Mountain Dew can add stability?
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Did the Mountain Dew can add stability?
ye, it offset the weight of the engine on the support
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