|Item Weight||24 pounds|
|Item model number||002-AU-20215|
|Manufacturer Part Number||002-AU-20215|
ARKSEN© Engine Cradle Stand Ford With Wheels, Red
|Price:||$41.99 + $29.05 shipping|
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- Heavy Duty Steel Construction for Added Strength
- Strong and durable with its heavy duty steel construction
- Maneuver the cradle/dolly easily through its four 3" swivel casters
- High-quality powder coating finish resistant to chipping, scratching, UV damage, and corrosion
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Top Customer Reviews
My main complaint is that the holes did not line up very well and I had to modify it by elongating the holes. I could get one bolt in each "ear" and that was it. This is supposed to be made specifically for a small block GM. Apparently they do not use any kind of fixtures or jigs in China to make these when welding.
I had to drill out the "dowel holes" in the frame to the proper size and I also had to loosen the cross bar when putting an engine on the stand because the mounts are "close" to the proper location but you will not be able to get all of the bolts in if you do not loosen the stand.
Once the engine is bolted up, you can tighten the cross bar up. I also found that two of the caster wheels did not have the holes centered in the wheel causing it to go up and down as you rolled it around. Once a fully "dressed" engine was on the stand, it became almost impossible to roll around.
They give you bolts and have welded nuts on the cross bar to store the bolts for the engine mounts when not in use. The bolts and nuts are ALL metric! It would be nice if they also included a set of S.A.E. nuts and bolts. I would be happy with just the S.A.E. nuts! I do not have a convenient home for my S.A.E. fasteners when I am not using the stand.
Overall it does what it need it to do but I wish I would have spent a little more and got one that was "right".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
brackets were welded off center, did not fit, had to cut and reweld. Junk, do not buyPublished 10 months ago by Scott
Took me some time to place chevy motor on dolly as the holes didn't line up and the bolts they give to bolt motor up are a low gradePublished 12 months ago by Daniel
have not used engin stand yet, i guess i misread details, was thinking i could use it with transmission attached but nope wont work like that. so I cant use it,Published 13 months ago by Darth Zader
So this does not actually work for my amc 360 as reported by the site. I apparently have to do a bunch of modifications to this to get it close to what I need. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robert Manning
Pros: Assembly was easy and it looked good.
Cons: holes for alignment pins on block were not big enough. Read more
Modified it to hold a VW 4 cylinder engine that I keep as a spare for my race car. I use it to move the engine around the shop and load it into and off of the truck for race... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tommy
Not bad for the money. It took a little work to put it together (mass produced welded frame). Still setting at my Brother's place with a fully assembled iron small block Chevy, no... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Edward Spedding