He is handy with the saw and uses a 4 foot bar clamp to pry the carbs.
Takes the engine out without removing the top breather cap plate
AND THE oil filter housing like the book tells you!
Beats the instuments up while trying to wrestle the engine out.
Also heard a snapping sound when he stands on the kick starter to turn the engine over.
Puts in all on U Tube for the world to watch.
Don't worry though many will comment that he did an "amazing" job. LOl..lol
This is why kids need dads, or at least a workshop manual.
Life is not about the number of breaths, you take, but the moments that take your breath away.
I don't have an anger problem. I have an idiot problem. Hank Hill
Never confuse education for intelligence.
Happiness is a belt fed weapon.
I just can't imagine what could go wrong.
No fire? No explosions? So whats the point of your story?
Those who are too smart to engage in politics are punished by being governed by those who are dumber. ~Plato
It couldn't be done, but the darn fool didn't know it, and did it anyway.
We all got problems. Ksharp
1976 CB 750-A X 2
1977 CB 750-A X 2
1977 CB 750-K X 2
1976 CB 750 F
1981 CB 750
1966 Kawasaki SG 250
1981 KZ 750 LTD
1973 CB 350
1979 CM 185 Twinstar
1982 Honda XL 80
South of Eden (Kansas City MO)
To remove the engine.
Remove the front forks and swing arm, everything.
Remove all engine mount bolts except the front and rear bottom bolts.
Remove the nuts and foot peg from those bolts.
Remove the top breather cover from the engine. Just that small cover.
Remove the oil filter housing and oil filter.
Lay the frame on its right side on a sleeping bag or furniture blanket.
Remove the two engine mount bolts.
You are now ready to lift the frame off of the engine.
Look at the engine mount tabs and how the engine fits.
Move the frame around to clear the engine then lift the frame.