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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-12-2003, 11:18 PM
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Engine pull help

I am triing to pull the engine out of my jeep, 81 CJ7 with 258. I have problem getting the bellhousing from the tranny. Can anyone help me with this. If not I am going to get a tourch and cut it off because it is pissing me off pretty bad. thanks for any tips anyone can give me. [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img]TRANNY!!!
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Re: Engine pull help

not tryng to be a smart a$$ here, but do u have all the bellhousing bolts out? u didn't mention if u did or not.
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Re: Engine pull help

I'd say you need to be more descriptive of the problem and work on your temper or get the torch out. It's a pretty basic operation.

Secondly, why are you pulling the bellhousing? I'd leave the bellhousing bolted to the tranny and separate it on the engine side. That way you don't have to deal with aligning the throwout bearing when you put it back.
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all of the bolts are out. i am not worried about putting it back together because i am getting rid of it all. anybody wants anything let me know and make an offer. i am doing a full conversion of the engine and tranny.
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Re: Engine pull help

Crowbar......and evenly pry it off............it is fitting really tight to the front bearing retainer..........................if you torch it..................send me pics..................................... [email protected]
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Re: Engine pull help

If you are swapping it all out, why not pull it in one unit? Just remove the radiator/Grill and use your engine hoist to ease it out?
Thats how I pulled mine when I first got the jeep and had to redo the engine. Iwent through the tranny at the same time so it was easier to just pull it as a unit.

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thanks for your help i will try that. got to wait until next weekend unfortunatly. [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
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