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Re: M5 engine on engine stand

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07-19-2013 10:18:27

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really like your engine stand, its probly been asked before whats the gearbox from? is there a lock/rachet setup on it? think i'll have to make one like it i have 2 store bought engine stands a 1/2 ton and a 1 ton and it makes me nervous hangin a inline 6 on them from just the back.

also your jack thats under the flywheel i have a jack that is indentical but missing that release rod on the handle

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07-19-2013 10:51:08

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 Re: M5 engine on engine stand in reply to OliverNate, 07-19-2013 10:18:27  

Thank you. The gearbox is from an old Lindsay sileage wagon, and the handle from a Kewannee elevator. I did put a lock on it. The two curved pieces are the ends of two scrapers from a Kewannee disc and then part of one in the center that locks on a bolt through a sleeve. It can be locked in the position it is now or with the pan side up. I made both ends movable in or out so I would have some room to move so to speak for mounting an engine on it and bearings so it would be easier to turn. I can move the gearbox assembly back about 4" and the other end moves about 6" back and forth. I know what you mean about hanging a motor on some of the store bought ones. I dont think it would be to hard to make a rod for your jack. I think they are 3/16" rod. My dad has had that jack for longer than Ive been alive I

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