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Old 05-30-2005, 12:25 AM   #11
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It'* possible to remove the headliner with the A pillars on still. This is good cause when they come off they always break the clips.
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time to buy some simple green, that motor is filthy!
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Hey MN car killers... Us NE guys have a few questions...

Which way did you go with the motor and tranny to take it out, up or down?

How many beer project is it so far?
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time to buy some simple green, that motor is filthy!
I have 2 gallons in the garage for it already

The engine and tranny came out together out the top. I did however drop the lower frame off to get it out. The rear drivers side tranny mount is wedged between the rack & pinion and the lower frame quite nicely. So I dropped the frame (coming off anyways) to allow enough clearance for the mounting bolts to clear. Wasn't that hard actually once I got into it.

I think the beer count for this project is at about 11 cases right now
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Sounds good, we were discussing the best way to put the newbie into the 90 and I believe we figured smaller pieces would be eaiser..more work...but better off in the long haul.
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