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Re: Good place to bolt a lift chain to remove M5 engine?

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06-10-2013 17:17:34

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I'll be interested in what others have to say. I lifted my M602 engine okay with a chain from the from the front manifold stud to a bolt thru one of the back flange holes being carful not to crush anything with the chain and it did not look to pretty but got it done.

I had to get an better Crankshaft and found a Power Unit block that was reasonable and it came with a Lifting Eye hook made out of Flat metal bolted to the middle 2 head studs and that looks like the way to do it. I would not be surprised if it did not come with it out of the factory. I could provide some dimentions but it looks like something I'll be using from now on.

What kind of a engine stand do you have for them heavy engines? I'm doing mine on its side for lack of better equipment.

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06-10-2013 19:16:47

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 Re: Good place to bolt a lift chain to remove M5 engine? in reply to cleddy, 06-10-2013 17:17:34  

Dimentions and or pictures of the lifting eye hooks you mentioned would be nice. I might have seen something like that once but didnt pay attention to it and probably should have. I made my own engine stand. Built the frame, used pillow blocks on each side and a gear box from a sileage wagon.

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