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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Pulling engines with a boom pole

    Forgot to mention... He was raising the engine out with his backhoe...

  2. #22
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    Default Re: Pulling engines with a boom pole

    On most other cars and trucks I would agree. But the "CJ" series front end comes off so easy. The CJ5 I used to have was a short fender '70. It had nine bolts holding it on, and a few wires. I could lift the front end off by myself. Mosey's will have a couple extra bolts for the battery tray, a few more wires, and is a little heavier, what with the long fender I-6 congiuration.

    Removing the radiator is sufficient, but it is soooo much easier with the front end just set to the side.

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