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Old 06-30-2012, 11:59 AM   #1
grizz59
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Engine Installation

Got the half block out of 01 SE.We took it out thru the top, my question now is can i get the other motor back in thru the top or do i have to go from bottom. New motor is complete with head and manifolds attached.Already changed timing belt on new engine really do not want to take manifolds off and access to a hoist is going to be hard to go from bottom.Would taking off the intake manifold help, any ideas would be appreciated.

thanks Colin


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