Topic: Re: MF50 engine support
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|Tony in Mass.
Exactly what Joe says. Even if you just split wood with an axe or hatchet till they fit tight. But yes the oil pan will take it.
Remember to chuck ALL the tires- so 8 chunks of firewood, till you decide what will move where. I leave the back half stationary for engine jobs, but for just a clutch, you will keep things alot more level and parrallel moving the back away. A nice flat floor makes this easier- btw, get a plastic $3 NAPA Chevy/GMC pick up clutch aligning tool, same exact specs- 'cause of the 2 plates, this one lines up the hole centers AND splines perfect, or this job can become a real drag.... good luck.
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