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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by AvianQuest, Jan 15, 2020.
I’ll bet they couldn’t do it that fast after it was taken to the duck hole for 40 days and it was muddy as He!!
They couldn't take that engine off that fast if it was attached with proper motor mounts either.
Four other guys and I stole the engine out of a '69 Opel Cadet one night. Took us about 4 hours.
I agree that video is BS!
I've got a military jeep and yes you can take the tub off after removing some bolts, but what they are doing isn't happening that fast unless everything is already removed.
My wife had a 48. Easiest vehicle Ive ever worked on.
A local Guard unit use to pull a jeep apart during the parade,.. and back together,.. 5 times
You need to run with a more skilled gang of criminals if you have any plans of going pro.
this is part of a competition the military units are involved in , everything is prepped special... no practical use , or value , but entertaining ...
also look up cannon relay races...
Well it was the first(and only) one. We weren't very far out on the learning curve. Whenever I look under a car hood, I try to guesstimate how long it would take 5 college kids to remove the engine......
Are Jeeps easy to find? If a guy wanted to buy one, where would he look?