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When I get ready to put the LS2/4L60E in place of the 350/350 in my '74, is there any reason *not* to install both engine and tranny at once? When taking out the 350/350, it seemed much easier to keep the engine and tranny bolted together, so just wondering if the same applies going back in.
 

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I do engine, tranny, water pump, starter, torque converter dust shield, tranny lines, etc.. The less I have to do under the hood the happier I am.
 

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Yeah its not nearly as heavy as a cast block, we'd pop them in an out as an assembly in camaros, still need to be careful if your not using a heavy duty cherry picker but it's very doable...
 

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All at once. I took the engine/tranny out of the Gto and never even separated
That and installed it into the nova.
 

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i did um both at once :yes: it was my first time, so i was a bit scared, but overall it was very easy to do and it helps having someone that knows what they are doing :D
 
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