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How to Support 301 diesel engine?

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dieselkid

01-20-2008 20:30:39




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I am in the process of doing a major overhaul on my XT190 diesel. Where is the proper place to support this engine on an engine stand? i cannot seem to figue it out. Any tips would be great..




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856 puller

01-21-2008 05:25:02




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 Re: How to Support 301 diesel engine? in reply to dieselkid, 01-20-2008 20:30:39  
with the stand we had it mounted on the side of the blockwith a big plate and 6 or 8 bolts. the bolt holes in the block were like the oil fill hole fuel filter mounts ect. it took lots of washers and spacers but was solid. make sure your stand is up to it its no sb chevy



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Dieselkid

01-21-2008 15:07:16




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 Re: How to Support 301 diesel engine? in reply to 856 puller, 01-21-2008 05:25:02  

I was looking at the block and i could not find enough holes to pick it up. On the intake side of the engine their is only 2 spots i can bolt. where the oil fill tube is and where the oil filter base bolts to the side of the block. that is only 5 bolts and 2 of them are small bolts. but on the hot side of the engine i can only bolt where the oil cooler is and thats only 4 bolts. Would 4 bolts hold this? it is a short block right now. Thanks for any info.

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856puller

01-22-2008 04:58:29




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 Re: How to Support 301 diesel engine? in reply to Dieselkid, 01-21-2008 15:07:16  
well its been 15 years since i did a 301 on a stand. all i can remember for sure is i mounted it on the side with a few small bolts 5/16 and 3/8. we had a 1/2" plate that we drilled holes in and shimed acordingly



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