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Twelve engine removal
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2018/8/18 3:35
From Berkeley Lake, GA, USA
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Getting ready to pull the 12 out of my '38. Grill, fenders and hood are off as are the heads, dizzy, water pump, oil filter, generator, starter, carb, intake and exhaust manifolds. Shift lever is off and driveshaft is disconnected.

Any other advice or is there something I missed other than the last engine and transmission mounts? I have a 2 ton lift.

Thanks in advance

Bill

Posted on: 2019/6/7 10:32
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Re: Twelve engine removal
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2018/10/20 8:19
From Atlanta, GA, USA
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Sounds like lots of fun! Iím in Atlanta, so if you need an extra pair of hands, I may be able to assist. Iíll send you my email via PM. Wonder who youíre getting to do our engine work? Full rebuild?

Posted on: 2019/6/8 14:20
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