Putting the engine back in after clutch repair. The I&T manual says 1 front & 1 rear mounting bolt acts as a dowel and must be installed in proper holes. All 4 bolts are just 1/2" bolts and leave some movement side to side & back and forth. How do I make sure that everything is aligned properly? Thanks for the help.
Re: Oliver 77 Engine install Question in reply to JD5525, 07-25-2014 17:06:54
Well first of all you would not had to take the engine out to put a clutch in. Second you need to have 2 (/16 'dowel bolts " which you do not have. Where are you located? There should be many readers on here that have a spare set. More questions? J.
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