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D14 Engine Removal???

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BillNW

05-22-2008 18:43:07




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I've got a D14, that I fear will need a complete rebuild. I dont mind rebuilding the engine. My concern is the Engine removal itself. Is this a straight forward procedure?? I've got an AC D14 manual. It says that the Front Support Assembly will have to be removed along with radiator and grille. Is it a big job removing the The Front Support Assembly?? Is this similar to the engine removal of an 8N?? The front assy of an 8N is a fairly easy process. Can anybody tell me how they feel about the D14 engine removal??? And any tips prior to getting myself engaged in this??? Thanks Much!!!!

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Edpap

05-23-2008 06:38:45




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 Re: D14 Engine Removal??? in reply to BillNW, 05-22-2008 18:43:07  
Hello Bill,
I just did a clutch in a D14. you have to be carefull with the front end. after you unbolt the wishbone there is nothing holding the front end to the front frame. there is a pin on the axle that just sides into the front cast. I always take a chain and tie the front end to the frame holding it forward before rolling the front end out. also the steering shaft will side out of the front coupler so don't try to split the shaft at the U joint, just unbolt the block on the inside of the frame and work the shaft out as roll the front end away. If you need any parts let me know.
Good Luck Ed

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DickL

05-22-2008 19:44:55




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 Re: D14 Engine Removal??? in reply to BillNW, 05-22-2008 18:43:07  
Four bolts hold the front fast to the front of the engine block when you have the front off down to the bolts. Jack up on the torque tube/bellhousing and when the front is rolled away the engine hangs out in front by four bolts.
About the same as the pictures of taking a B apart.



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BillNW

05-23-2008 05:20:24




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 Re: D14 Engine Removal??? in reply to DickL, 05-22-2008 19:44:55  
Thanks, Dick,, It would be the same procedure as the removal on an 8N.. The 8N has six bolts that hold the front to the engine block, then it is rolled away..



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