Spend the money to rent an engine crane. If not then get an engine
leveler from Harbor Freight ($29.00 I think) and use a chail hoist. The
least desirable way, but the way I do it is to use a come along. You need
to be able to jocky it around especally if you take the tranny with it.
Cover the fenders with a blanket and give yourself plenty of room to work
and move the engine around once its in the air.
On Mon, 20 Apr 1998, Kevin Richards wrote:
> Besides what the Haynes manual says:
> any advice for a novice at engine removal of a 67MGB
> 67B in Bits