Removal and replacement of engine
Tools: standard socket set, standard wrenches, engine hoist, engine stand or cradle, floor jack (if needed) Cost: if renting an engine hoist, expect to pay about $40 for a day’s use Tinware: heavy-duty chain and/or lifting plate Tip: If you pull the motor and trans out together as one unit, invest in a transmission tail plug to avoid trans fluid from pouring out the rear of the case during removal. Performance gains: hopefully you’re pulling the motor to either freshen up what you have, or to stuff a monster, fire-breathing big-block in its place! Pulling the motor out of a
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