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I am trying to pull my 4.6l motor and tranny and I have a hoist but where do you hook it up to on the motor? I have lifted them from carb plates before but I don't think that will work on this motor because I have to tilt it to get it out. I have a leveler with the 4 chains but don't know where to hook it up. Any ideas? Thanks
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I've always pulled the intake and put two bolts on in the head where the intake bolts down. I've bent a few bolts but never messed up a head. Front and rear opposites of each other and make sure you're not using the "Ledge" hole that hangs over the valley.
Think its an intake pull route. I looked for spots to tilt it when doing my headers (and hold it replacing a clutch) with no luck. I had to put a chain through the coil pack mounts and tilt it and the clutch was a stand underneath the pan. good luck, and if you find any spots please let me know
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I have some bolt on hooks that I use. I hooked up to one of the front cover 18MM bolts and on the back of the passenger head. I used to lift by the intake bolts, but I dropped a 3.0L ford Taurus motor when a bolt snappec, so I have since stopped that practice.
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