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  • Crankshaft Removal

    Is there any way to remove a crankshaft from an L-134 with the engine still intact to the Jeep?

  • #2
    Yes you could. The question is why would you. The amount of effort would be way more than pulling the motor out of the jeep and work on it that way.

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    • #3
      Well I'm doing it by myself and my engine stand is being used and I don't have a engine hoist available. I've gotten everything off except for it's still bolted to the Flywheel. How do I get past this?

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      • #4
        The only way I know to get the flywheel out is to pull the tranny.
        You will have to find a way to support the engine when you have it away from the tranny. You could support it from the top with a setup that holds the engine and rests on the fenders(I don't know if you ever worked on a front wheel drive car).
        Then you could work on it in the engine bay. Putting it back up is going to be a serious challenge. You will want many hands to guide it back in without hitting any of the journals. Plus you will have to do this all while on your back.

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        • #5
          where do you live. i'll lend you my picker and stand rolloverlarry

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          • #6
            North West Houston, Tx
            That would be awesome.

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