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1959 Buick Engine Mounting Adjustment and Flywheel Replacement

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SECTION 2-G - 1959 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTING ADJUSTMENT, FLYWHEEL REPLACEMENT, ENGINE BALANCING 2-25 1959 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTING ADJUSTMENT The 1959 Buick engine and transmission when properly aligned with the frame will rest in a normal position which does not impose any shear strain on the rubber mounting pads. During assembly, the transmission support is accurately [...]

2014 2014/11

1957 Buick Engine Mounting Adjustment and Flywheel Replacement

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SECTION 2-G 1957 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTING ADJUSTMENT, FLYWHEEL REPLACEMENT, ENGINE BALANCING 2-25 1957 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTING ADJUSTMENT The 1957 Buick engine and transmission assembly must rest in a .normal position which does not impose any side strain on the three rubber mounting pads. The following procedure may be used to obtain proper adjustment of the [...]

2014 2014/11

1956 Buick Engine Mountings, Flywheel and Housing Service

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SECTION 2-G - 1956 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTINGS ADJUSTMENT, FLYWHEEL REPLACEMENT, ENGINE BALANCING 2-25 1956 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTINGS ADJUSTMENT The 1956 Buick engine and transmission assembly must rest in a normal position which does not impose any side strain on the three rubber mounting pads. The following procedure may be used to obtain proper adjustment of [...]

2014 2014/11

1953 Buick Engine Mountings, Flywheel Replacement, Engine Balancing

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SECTION 2-G - V-8 1953 BUICK ENGINE MOUNTING ADJUSTMENT, FLYWHEEL REPLACEMENT, ENGINE BALANCING 2-25 1953 BUICK V-8 ENGINE MOUNTING ADJUSTMENT The 1953 Buick engine and transmission assembly must rest in a normal position which does not impose any side strain on the three rubber mounting pads. The following procedure may be used to obtain proper adjustment [...]

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