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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-15-2009, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
 
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Stator, I know I know

I've disconnected just About everything I can think of.Do I have to physically pull the swing arm back or can I just loosen everything and lift the motor and tilt??????? PLEASE HELP
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swing arm ???? i thought u said stator..... with the engine mounts out the bevel case off the engine should just swing out of the way (on a jack) with a lill wiggle and persuasion ....



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I am talking about the stator. I have loosened the bolts around the driveshaft going into the transmission. I am at the point where, I really only have to set the lift up and take out the motor mount bolts. So theoretically I should be able to set the lift loosen the bolts, lift and tilt the motor???

I'm trying to do this in baby steps so I don't cause any thing else to go wrong.

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by bolts around transmission im assuming u mean the front bevel case....8mm bolts various lengths.... at the bottom of this case there is the <clutch splines (excuse my tech gargone i may be wrong on this one)> those bolts removed its best to keep them in order cause the lengths are very important.... that should wiggle free from the drive shaft .... besides engine mounts and radiator that is the only thing that will bind in the drop ... also keep an eye on the shift lever shaft for it will hit the frame...



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the cover on the right.... its kinda tricky to get back in and make sure it clicks all the way on befor the bolts then double check the clutch function .... (just some hicups i had on the reinstall the first time....



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How did you get the surge tank out of the way?
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surge tank doesnt come out of the way some say it can come out without an engine pull as far as i can tell it takes a hacksaw to do so.... this is a pic i stole from another thread to show the bevel case... sorry bout the confusion



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