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750LBS Engine Stand

• The wheels construction for more stability and esy rolling.
• Adjustable mounting arms, accommodate a majority of engine blocks, both foreign and domestic.
• Mounting plate rotates 360 degree and can be locked in 8 different positions.
• Heavy gauge tubular steel construction.
• Roll-around engine stand assembles easily.
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Product description

Product Information

This engine stand is used to mount an automotive type of engine when removed from a vehicle. This device is designed to provide access to the engine for servicing and/or rebuilding. The stand incorporates a locking, rotating mounting plate so that the user can turn the engine for ease of access. The stand also incorporates wheels and casters to allow mobility across a smooth, flat surface.

DO NOT USE FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN THOSE USES OUTLINED 

ABOVE! DO NOT EXCEED RATED CAPACITY OF ENGINE STAND!

Product Parameters

Model

T23401

Capacity

750 LBS

Product Size

890x780x850 mm

Package Size

880x200x195 mm

N.W.

18.5 kgs

G.W.

19.6 kgs

QTY/20'CY

740 PCS

 

 

Features
•  The wheels construction for more stability and esy rolling.

•  Adjustable mounting arms, accommodate a majority of engine blocks, both foreign and domestic.

•  Mounting plate rotates 360 degree and can be locked in 8 different positions.

•  Heavy gauge tubular steel construction.

•  Roll-around engine stand assembles easily.

Common Problems And Solutions
Storing the Equipment

1. Store in a dry location, recommended indoors.

2. Equipment should be stored in an area where they will not be subjected to damage.

3. If extreme temperatures or chemically active or abrasive environments are involved, the guidance

provided in shall be followed.

4. Temperature - When equipment are to be used at temperatures above 140"F (60"C) or below -20"F (-29"C),

the equipment manufacturer or a qualified person should be consulted.

5. Chemically Active Environments -The strength and operation of equipment can be affected by chemically

active environments such as caustic or acid substances or fumes. The equipment manufacturer or a

qualified person should be consulted before equipment are used in chemically active environments.

6. Other Environments - The internal workings of equipment can be affected by high moisture, gravel or

sand, silt, grit, or other dust-laden air. Equipment subject to these environments should have their inner

components frequently cleaned, inspected, and lubricated.

Note: If the equipment is stored outdoors, be sure to lubricate all parts before and after use to ensure the

equipment stays in good working condition.

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