Rear engine mount.
The Step-down flat rate manual quotes 1-1/2 hours to replace the rear engine mount. Has anyone done this in situ? There is no hole in the middle on the '48 C8 I'm working on, to give access to the bolt that threads into the clutch housing, so I assume that the engine has to be lifted up and the bolt unscrewed out from between the cross member and housing. Do Step-downs have a split pin through the top of the bolt like the earlier models?
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