Does anyone know the best way to losen the mounts to lift motor and get
engine back in line when I lower?
I am raising motor to put on a new front crank pulley damper.
>>Stock doesn't require a lot of height to change out>>
Should I losen the top nut and take out the two side bolts or should I
out the four bolts holding bottom of bracket to chassis?
>>I took out the four bolts holding bottom of bracket, that way if
engine falls it has something to stop it.>>
I've been instructed to put a long bolt in to keep things lined up.
hole should the long bolt go in?
>>I didn't and it did require some extra work to get all lined back up>>
>>One in each side should do the trick>>
Looks like I'll have to remove the exhaust or carb assembly to get to
driver's side mount. Fact or fiction?
>>I only removed the air filters and disconnected gas line. I did
remove exhaust at the manifold flanges and dropped slightly (enough to
come off the studs) per Earl, just pay attention when lining back up.>>
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