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Thread: Removing balancer

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    Working with half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair Nathan in MI's Avatar
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    You've got the idea, Mike. Did you watch the video?

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    Yea I did watch it I'm goin to give it a try tonight

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    Yea I tried it after I got out if work. And it worked great!!! Thanks alot

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    Working with half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair Nathan in MI's Avatar
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    Cool! Be sure to let us know if we can be of any further assistance with the rest of your project.

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    Ok after I removed the balancer I noticed three little parts on the floor that I have no idea what the belong to I'll post up a pic later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan in MI View Post
    cld makes a good suggestion, too. Disable the ignition system, put your socket and breaker bar on there, and then let it rest against the frame rail or whatever's handy that will keep the bar from turning. Then, bump the engine over with the starter a couple of times, and voila. You'll probably have to hold the bar in place by hand so it doesn't just fall off, so make absolutely sure that you're not going to get hands/arms/hair caught in any moving parts.
    You can bump the starter by shorting out the connector with a red cap on it at the passenger wheel well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan in MI View Post
    Cool! Be sure to let us know if we can be of any further assistance with the rest of your project.
    Nathan, Is the Red CV in the photo bucket picture a Fire Chief's car ? It does not look like the factory red. Nice looking.

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