dropping the driveshafts, I supported the motor with a jackstand in order to
drop the crossmember. Notice the milky brown fluid that came out of
both the tranny and transfer case!
I pulled the
head now because I was curious as to what the cylinders and valves looked
like. Since my engine serial number was grinded off, I assumed this
motor was rebuilt at some point. After measuring the cylinders, mine
came it at about 3.159 inches, a difference of about .030 over the original
3.125 to 3.127 cylinder bore size.
came out real easy of course and the bellhousing was next. After that
I pulled the clutch and fly wheel. The clutch looked good and there
was no major scoring in the flywheel.
hoist is in position to pull the motor out tomorrow! I can't wait to
start rebuilding the motor. I still have to take out those studs