[ROVERNET - UK] Engine removal
geffandjulie at comcast.net
Sun Apr 23 14:40:33 BST 2006
I also pulled the engine and auto trans without difficulty - first time
ever. Ziploc bags are a brilliant idea. Put the labels inside the bags, so
they won't be lost. Even so, some lubricated parts will cause the labels to
come unglued, but at least they will be in the bag!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lance La Certe" <lacpsyd at earthlink.net>
To: "Rovernet" <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 8:27 PM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Engine removal
> Hi all,
> We'll I'm about to take the plunge and rebuild the tired old motor on my
> '70 3500S. Actually I'm going to have someone else rebuild it, but
> to save a lot of money and remove and reinstall it myself. I would
> appreciate helpful tips from many of the Rovernetters who have infinitely
> more wisdom and experience than I. I have a fair amount of mechanical
> skill, but not necessarily experience-----READ----I've never pulled an
> engine (but have rebuilt the master cylinder/brake servo, the de Dion
> and the carbs)......so................
> 1) Since the transmission has been rebuilt, is it advisable to place a
> under it and unbolt the engine to remove it, or is it easier to pull the
> engine and tranny and then separate them for the engine rebuild?
> 2) How much 'stuff' should I remove, before pulling the engine (e.g.,
> obviously the bonnet, I'm assuming the radiator.....but what about any
> other bits.......I do have the complete shop manuals and will be studying
> them, but often advice on the Rovernet is much more precise).
> Any help in advance would be appreciated.
> Lance La Certe, Denver, CO
> lacpsyd at earthlink.net
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