<VV> I'm back! Also early model engine removal question and parts needed

Frank DuVal corvairduval at cox.net
Tue Jun 1 01:24:20 EDT 2010

Earlies by far the easiest Corvair from which to remove the complete 
drivetrain. Maybe tied with FCs.

No late model suspension parts to reassemble and align bolt holes.

Just remove bolts/nuts and drop.

A shop manual or other pictorial might be helpful the first time. Just 
keep looking for wires that you missed. Especially don't forget the 
speedometer cable, unscrews from the differential.

Not worthwhile to try and remove parts of the drivetrain separately, 
just drop as unit.

Frank DuVal

Ray R. (aka Grymm) wrote:

>Greetings folks!
>  Can anyone talk to me about pulling the engine from an early the fastest/easiest way?  I pulled the complete drive train the first time I did it on the late cars and I find it to be a LOT more work... I'd rather avoid that if its possible.

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