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loveshisallis

01-21-2008 13:00:16




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Does anybody ou tthere know where a guy can get a engine stand, one made in the U.S. of A.?
I am looking all over and no luck.




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DARDAN

01-23-2008 23:15:22




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to loveshisallis, 01-21-2008 13:00:16  
If you have access to welding E stands are easy to make. Round pipe, square tube, or 2 pieces of channel leg to leg to make a box. My major complant with the commercial ones,(other than origin), is the foot print is too small and thus poor stability. That and 1/8 wall tube has marginal strength.
When I build them, I go with at least 3" x 3/16 wall tube and a 4ft x 4ft footprint. A little cumbersom, but not as cumbersom as having it falling over when you roll the engine.

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jk

01-22-2008 12:26:49




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to loveshisallis, 01-21-2008 13:00:16  
i have an egine stand i made out of 4 inch channel iron. it has a gear redution gear box on it, and a lovejoy coupler so i can turn the engine (on stand) with my drill, to work on the bottom of the motor. its not forsale but i will send you some pics if you'd like. it was orginally made to support an F-12 engine, and i've had a small block ford v8 on it with no problem.



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D13

01-21-2008 14:56:40




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to loveshisallis, 01-21-2008 13:00:16  
Bought a Delco, was maid in China, had to file off weld slag to assemble. Buy a cheap one at C-S-K, Murrays, or wherever is handy. Haven't found a USA made one in a long time.



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R Aiken

01-21-2008 14:46:38




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to loveshisallis, 01-21-2008 13:00:16  
Try again
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John (C-IL)

01-22-2008 07:31:48




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to R Aiken, 01-21-2008 14:46:38  
Dand Richard, that's a dandy!



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R Aiken

01-21-2008 14:39:53




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to loveshisallis, 01-21-2008 13:00:16  
Do you want this?



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loveshisallis

01-22-2008 10:42:56




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to R Aiken, 01-21-2008 14:39:53  
R aiken;

Are you asking if I want to buy it, if so what are you looking to get?
It's made here ...right?



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JMS/.MN

01-21-2008 13:21:23




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to loveshisallis, 01-21-2008 13:00:16  
Not hard to make one with some 3-4 inch pipe, flat stock, caster wheels, etc. Just google for some design ideas.



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856 puller

01-22-2008 09:40:13




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 Re: Question on engine stand in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-21-2008 13:21:23  
we made one with some i beam and a final drive off a jd chopper same as a combine. put a plate where the wheel went and mount to it. it works good you can put a good sized diesel on and turn it no problem



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