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Old 12-19-2011, 10:19 PM   #1
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Pulling motor?

Hey guys I was wondering if they made a steel plate the bolts onto the lower manifold so you can hook the chain to the plate and hoist the motor out?
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I know they do for carb intakes but not sure for EFI.
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Old 12-20-2011, 06:32 AM   #3
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I think the would.I'm sure one could be easily fabricated though
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Just a flat plat with holes drilled to match lower intAke
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Old 12-20-2011, 11:13 AM   #5
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Ok , If I can't find one ill see if I can make one!
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Yes they make one, also a universal chain thing that's shapes like a 'Y' that will work with the lift points already on your motor if they haven't been removed. I'll get you a pic hold on
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Yes they make one, also a universal chain thing that's shapes like a 'Y' that will work with the lift points already on your motor if they haven't been removed. I'll get you a pic hold on
Ok thanks
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Ok this one is located behind the P/S pump, I could not locate the other but it should be on the passenger side of the motor near the back.

I pulled the motor on my 87' several times and used accessory mounting hole in the head on the drivers side in front and the hole for the EGR tube in back of the head on the passenger side to mount a length of chain and an engine hoist to hook in the center of the chain. Hope this helps.
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Sweet , thanks alot!! Hopefully I can get this motor out next week!
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Glad to help! Just take your time! Slow and steady wins this race bro!
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Glad to help! Just take your time! Slow and steady wins this race bro!
Will do! Thanks
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Old 12-20-2011, 12:39 PM   #12
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I always used an engine leveler and put bolts into the heads front and back... I have edelbrock aluminum head so im not sure if stock heads have bolts holes on the rear side.. just my two cents....
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Yea my new new heads aluminum edelbrock performer heads , my new motor is built just waiting/wanting to get the old one out lol

Here's my new one, I'm like a kid in a candy store lol
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nice!!! so ya, you would need the lower intake manifold and valve covers off for my method of lifting your motor...
getter done !! you can use my hoist if you want. we would be flashing it up tonight
but I'm in Canada lol
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Lol i won't be in canada till May!!
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