In a message dated 10/4/02 2:44:17 PM Central Daylight Time,
> I'm not yelling at you, but the engine does need to sit at and angle.
> look at the intake manifold the flat plane the carb sits on is angled up
> from front to back. When the engine is installed this plane should be level
> or parallel with the ground. Attach the engine at the engine mounts and use
> a jack under the trans pan to "level" the engine.
If all thats true, then I guess all those "HOT RODS" that jacked up their
rearends with over-sized shackles or air shocks, should have blown up or fell
apart by now. I can't imagine that there are very many cars, or trucks with
the engine level with the ground. If you drive over a curb, does the drive
shaft fall out ? Just a thought.
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