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Old 01-12-2018, 05:21 PM
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I'm getting closer, I am down to pulling the motor mount bolt out of the front of the motor.
My question is- Do I pull the bolt that is closest to the motor or the one closest to the frame? I am guessing that is some sort of motor mount, feels like it may have rubber in it?

I know this might sound like a stupid question, but I have not found any good pic's, vid's on line for pulling the motor and I would rather not learn the hard way by screwing something up....

Thanks, for your help!!!

P.S. I called LT80 the other day to talk to him and I believe it was his wife that answered, they were at the ER. Sounds like a chunk of ice came off the roof and landed on him. They were going to be doing some tests that day. Has anyone heard from him? How's he doing???
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