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A Series Engine Stand/Rebuild stand
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Ive just made a few of these to keep my spare engines neat and off the ground.
They would also be good for engine assembly on a bench and for dialing in camshafts.Open in new window
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The next version will have a flywheel locking kit(for torqueing flywheel)

Posted on: 2012/4/5 6:45
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Re: A Series Engine Stand/Rebuild stand
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you obviously don't have enough a-series, i would need a "stackable" version so i could pile them up vertically

Posted on: 2012/4/5 7:02
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Re: A Series Engine Stand/Rebuild stand
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Lol, I`ve stopped collecting!

Posted on: 2012/4/5 7:08
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Ive made a few of these if anyone is interested?

-Aussie steel
-Mitered joins,jigged,welded then linished
-Blasted,epoxy primed and painted
-Black blanking plugs in the front
-4 Rubber stoppers bolted into threaded inserts (to stop it sliding around)

$125. + freight if anyone wants one.

Posted on: 2012/4/12 7:01
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How tall are they ?
Got a pic with an engine on it ?

Posted on: 2012/4/12 11:00
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They are tall enough for the sumps to clear the ground/bench by about 30mm. The top of an A12 block is 35mm below the top of the frame.

The frames are, 410 tall. Not including the rubber feet.

I dont have any pics with engines on them yet.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 0:14

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hmmm...add some casters and they would slide under a bench

Lemmie think

Posted on: 2012/4/13 11:32
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A pic with a bare block mounted. I could put casters on them if you`d prefer.

Posted on: 2012/4/14 2:26
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