Posted by Colin King on September 25, 2012 at 19:31:06 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: 2N hood removal? posted by Bruce (VA) on September 24, 2012 at 13:06:29:
It's no different than the 8N hood removal. I just removed the hood on my '47 2N a couple of weeks ago to weld up cuts in the sheet metal. I'm guessing he's trying to do the removal solo, which might make him think that the wheel has to be removed - if he's trying to remove the hood straight up and away. I've found the the easiest way to do the solo removal is to spread the dog legs and lift the front of the hood up onto the rad filler neck. Now go to the back of the hood. There should be enough angle to carefully clear the dash just under the steering wheel. It's definitely tight, though.
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