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Re: Crankshaft bolt nightmare [Re: missouriman] #773979 12/22/06 10:51 PM
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I would not do it. bend a rod, break the piston.
you would have to get the rope in pretty even.
side ways pressure and rod will bend or skirt will break.
I would rather try oil on the compression stroke over rope.


You all are REALLY over thinking the issue here... But, I can't argue with the oil idea assuming the rings can handle it.

If the bolt is on tight enough to bend a rod, it's the least of the issues with that engine...


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Re: Crankshaft bolt nightmare #773980 12/22/06 11:54 PM
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guys in the shop where i work made me up a simple tool out of aluminum. works like a charm for removal and install. bolts thread into pulley bolt holes, lay the bar on the frame on the appropriate side and it holds the crank dead solid, stick the socket on the crank bolt through the center hole. I think the factory SST is this type of tool.

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Re: Crankshaft bolt nightmare [Re: MAC] #773981 12/23/06 12:36 AM
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what ever happend to the good ole' impact gun i do it every time


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Re: Crankshaft bolt nightmare [Re: willzrunna96] #773982 12/23/06 01:46 AM
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but you can't impact if the engine is still in the car unless there a way that i don't know.

Last edited by casper3t; 12/23/06 01:49 AM.

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Re: Crankshaft bolt nightmare [Re: casper3t] #773983 12/23/06 02:57 AM
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Air rachet.

Kind of cool to see that tool; I was thinking of something similar for using the threaded holes.

I've also simply dropped the new engine back in and torqued it with the truck in gear before dropping the radiator back in.


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Re: Crankshaft bolt nightmare [Re: kewlynx] #773984 12/23/06 08:32 AM
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I've also simply dropped the new engine back in and torqued it with the truck in gear before dropping the radiator back in.


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