Re: Oil Pan Replacement, Please HELP!!!
just loosen the engine mounts and life it up from the crank pulley, but dont let it stay suspended on that for long. i would raise it to remove the pan, let it back down while you are prepping the sealing surfaces, then when you are ready for installation raise engine back up
98 Ranger, Bagged 2600's in the front, 2500's in the rear. 3 Gal tank. DJM Upper and Lower control arms. 2 Thomas Compressors (garbage). 4 linked rear with C-notch. All (except cab) fiberglass. Custom Tribal Paint (soon to be Sunburst/burnt Orange).
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