3. 2 out of 3 I still have to do
4. Trans. will stay in the car for now. I might pull it later and reinstall
as a unit. I worked in my father's garage so I'm very familiar with stuffing
rags around the output shaft before pulling a transmission.
5. Separating engine and bellhousing it appears that the starter needs to come
6. Carbs and head have been off for several years now.
7. Being as unfamiliar with these cars as I am, and working in my home garage,
I'm going to try to not take off any more parts than I have to.
> 1. What engine is it?
> 2. What Frank said.
> 3. Don't forget the ground strap, speedo cable & clutch slave.
> 4. Did you drain the tranny? If not prepare for the oil puddle when the
> drive shaft comes out of the rear of the tranny.
> 5. No need to take the starter off.
> 6. Really no need to remove the carbs either.
> 7. You gain a bit more clearance if you pull the steering column.
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