<VV> Drive Train Removal & Installation
shortle556 at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 25 16:05:50 EST 2012
I use a motorcycle jack made by Goodyear. Works VERY well. I am able to chain the rear motor mount bracket to the jack for added stability. Chances of finding that tool are pretty slim. I am also looking for it but don't really need it.
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301
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>Sent: Nov 25, 2012 1:45 PM
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>Subject: <VV> Drive Train Removal & Installation
>I have watched and helped a friend remove the drive train from both early
>and late models. I have also helped him reinstall the drive train on both
>models. I feel that I can do it myself with some help (I would never try
>this alone). My friend uses a tranny jack with the Corvair engine power
>train cradle bolted to it.
> What kind of equipment is available to effect this?
> Obviously one needs something a little heftier than a
> What is suitable?
> I have been trying to find the power train/engine cradle (GM tool
> Is this still available?
> What can be used in its place?
>Still only in the discussion stage but would like to hear
>ideas/thoughts/comments on this.
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