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Can't remove engine

One bolt in the rear part of the frame is keeping it in place. everything else is disconnected. how to take it out? help very much appreciated

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Hi ..... Have a look at the front & lower mountings, one side will remove completely, this is the side the engine MUST come out. Place a couple of rags on the lower frame tubes/cradle and with the help of at least one friend remove the last bolt, lift, swivel and remove. Not as easy as it sounds, you've not got a lot of room to 'play' with.

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