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08-09-2011, 05:47 AM   #2

Originally Posted by oh''d actually thought of something like that except it''m going to have to buy a bigger engine hoist, found one big enough to reach over to the middle of the bed from the rear of the truck. Guess I was just trying to find a cheap-skate way out!
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08-11-2011, 05:51 AM   #4

This was quite a number of years back, and I''69 Chevy pickup, using a pair of 4x4''ve been thinking about it since last night, and can''m sure neither of them took more than a few hours. They were just plain jane pickup beds though, so I''t say without looking it over good, but there may be a viable thought in there someplace.
08-11-2011, 02:25 PM   #7
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View DexterII''t say from here whether or not they have any value beyond scrap, so it might be worth a few calls to local towing companies, to see if they are interested in looking at them. But, after that, now knowing the rest of the story, and assuming that you do in fact end up scrapping the bodies, two thoughts come to mind. If you have a scrap yard within a reasonable distance, get the bodies ready to come off, except for the last four bolts or so to hold them in place, then haul them or have them towed to the scrap yard, remove the remaining bolts, and have them lift the bodies off. I know that I could do something like that with my local yard, but you would have to work out the logisitcs, and see if you would come out ahead if you had to rent a trailer or pay a tow bill. The other thought is to hit them with a cutting torch. Make sure that you know where your fuel lines, wiring, etc. are, then get them down to something that you can manage with your engine crane and pickup or trailer. Sometimes you just need to work outside of the box.
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08-12-2011, 12:49 AM   #9
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That''t have to run over the feet of the hoist, gonna pick up my new hoist this weekend!
08-12-2011, 05:49 AM   #10

Originally Posted by DoctorWho
That''t have to run over the feet of the hoist, gonna pick up my new hoist this weekend!

way to go, brother!

I watched that video, and it looks like the bed is asking for some sort of ballast at the rear end to prevent that nose dive. Your challenge will be to have it balanced so that it goes flat up, not nose down.
unless you can have 4 chains connected to the front and rear bed points, and have hoist "weight center" connected.

let us know how goes it. My Silverado fuel tank sending unit been acting up for over a year, and to get to it, it''width:728px; height:90px;'>