Re: Un-bolting the crankshaft
well, first off, i never do anything logically because when you're working on a ford it doesn't make sense to do things logically. and second, unless the motor is seized, the crank will spin. if i can turn the pullie with my hand and make the crank operate the entire motor, i think that leaving pistons, connecting rods, roller rockers, and mains on won't make a huge difference. unless, somehow, i can spin the balancer clockwise (or hold it in place for that matter) and wrench the bolt counter-clockwise, it's not going anywhere. thanks for the advice tho.
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Horsepower tells how fast you can hit a wall . . . Torque tells lets you move the wall.