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    Default This engine removal method reduces effort

    I wanted to share a video made by VirtualIndian Yahoo Group member E. Dan Conlan. I like to see all different ways that people approach project steps. This looks like a less effort and safe process for engine removal.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kh...ajRY5lzL3K5LZ9

    Mike Love

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    Step right up for a beer in the fridge.
    AMCA #765

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    Thanks for posting that Mike, I could not get Mr. Conlans' google drive link to work for me this morning from the Virtual Indian Yahoo group. I appreciate the repost here with the active working link.

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    Thanks for Posting, may have to try your method.

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    That's inspiring. I like his barn-door rail trolley to carry the engine over to an engine stand mounted on the bench. A couple of parts from Tractor Supply Company up the road... And I like his lean-over prop. Very helpful for those of us who don't hug engines anymore!

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    very cool, I just put in my 1st Chief engine. This method looks far better to me and I will have to have mine back in and out several times. I appreciate the tip, thanks for sharing

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    Default Beer in the fridge

    Quote Originally Posted by len dowe View Post
    Step right up for a beer in the fridge.
    Good eyes--that is one of my favorite posters as well.
    For those of you that don't get it--there is a poster in the background of a shapely female bending over for a beer, with the quote "why guys put beer on the bottom shelf"!!

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