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    Would a triple tree stand work? I want to say yes but all of these threads show y'all rigging it up from rafters lol

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    Hello Brandon,

    I think I can get by for a while yet before replacing the Isolator.

    When you get some free time let me know and I will try to line up all the tools and parts so you can be in and out of my place quick.

    Was your wife able to find a room mate near Denton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhdooo View Post
    Would a triple tree stand work? I want to say yes but all of these threads show y'all rigging it up from rafters lol
    Yes, I've done it at least twice on a triple tree stand.

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    Not understanding the triple-tree stand strategy. The kicker is supporting the engine, right? Not sure how the stand does that once the isolator assembly is out...

    Or does it? I ask because I need to replace mine. I have it (the isolator kit itself), and this Spring is a good time to do it. I do *not want to take the exhaust off. I have a scissor jack and given the D&D exhaust, I actually have room to support the engine without removing the can. If the triple tree stand works in some way, that's a possibility for me as well. I'm just not sure how it would do the trick.

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    Lift the front end with triple tree stand then use a scissor jack or something similar to raise and lower engine because removing to replace the isolator will require taking off most/all support for the front of the engine.

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    Ahhh....

    That's what I thought. I think if you have anyway of stabilizing the front end, you should be good with just scissor-jacking the engine.

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    Yep pretty much, I'm looking at build number three using this method again

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