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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-02-2011 Thread Starter
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k member relacment

when taking out a k member and replacing it. do i have to take out the motor or can i just brace the motor up. to take the prussure off, so that i dont do any damage.

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It is best to remove the motor so you are not installing the k-member to the motor. You really need to install the motor to the k-member. You can do it the other way if you have proper support, but the motor will need to be lifted.......

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hey thank you

hey thank you, i kinda figured thats what i had to do, but i was really hoping that i didnt. but i suppose that i will have to. can you recomend a good way to do it with out pullin the motor all the way out.
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