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another made in the USA, heavy duty engine stand used by professional engine builders and race teams

http://www.axeequipment.com/engine-stands.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyYCAJmvc4s&t=19s
 
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Only rietow a clueless retard would take either of those pos Chinese stands over a 1250 lb. capacity, made in the USA, engine stand manufactured by one of if not the best in professional automotive equipment.



Take it up with your congressman while you're voting.

No different than the rest, made in Mexico.

Only know nothing, do nothing "Crate engine ED" would purchase a mexican engine stand.

Wait a minute, no he wouldn't, all Ed needs is a crate

"Crate engine Ed" doesn't own an engine stand.Laughing very hard


 
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Wrong again retard



 
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Wrong





I don't care where it's made, I see several flaws in it's design which make it obsolete at best.

Remember, I'm the experienced of the two of us, I build my own engines and you buy crate engines. So I doubt you even own an engine stand.

If you paid $600 for this, it's because you're inexperienced.

Stick with recommending Made in USA crates for engines, where you're experienced.
 
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I don't care where it's made, I see several flaws in it's design which make it obsolete at best.



I've owned my first NMW stand for 34 yrs and I honestly don't think it's EVER sat idle Razz
Seriously, It's always had an engine on it, like for 34 yrs straight !!!! And still works like new.
 
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I don't care where it's made, I see several flaws in it's design which make it obsolete at best.



I've owned my first NMW stand for 34 yrs and I honestly don't think it's EVER sat idle Razz
Seriously, It's always had an engine on it, like for 34 yrs straight !!!! And still works like new.


Take a few photo's with the engine on it, and I'll point out what's wrong with it.
 
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These cookie trays are the chit if you have multiple projects going on, or you can throw one under your engine stand, to keep oil off the floor.

$8.69 on Amazon, love em.

Just throw all the chit in that tray.


 
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More Chinese shyt promoted by our retard.
 
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This is a drag racer related thread retard, nothing here pertains to you.

Admittedly you're a know nothing, do nothing poser.

If you don't like something was made in china take it up with the congressman you voted in, who allowed America to be sold out.

Idea's for drag racers don't pertain to you retard. Smile


 
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Retard, show us your big checks and wallys, otherwise STFU Spitting
 
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Know nothing, do nothing crate engine drag racing retard Ed, there's nothing unique about a Wally, thousands upon thousands have them. Hell they give em out at local duck ponds like yours.

Now show us your 5 second 3200 lb sbc car with out of the box conventional 23 degree cylinder heads, or show us anyone else's?

That would be unique, but you can't because no one else can do it, or at least so far.

Even more unique, the driver built the engine, transmission and set up the ring gear.

Now get back to your dreaming to be a drag racer some day, instead of the poser you are today and have been thirty years. Smile


 
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retard, yep many racers have Wallys but you ain't one of them. NahNahTounge just as you don't have a 5 second 3200 lb sbc car, at least not one that can produce a 5.99 without N20! Spitting
 
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for those that never touched a barbell, EZ curl bar or dumbbell like the OP aka retard rietow this is for you and what appears to be a very robust folding engine stand that is rated for 990 lbs. with crank rotation from an Italian Company with branches in the US and 8 other countries including china too which I suspect is where this stand is made.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XR7O8k1w8Xc&t=1s
 
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Got this one on request of a friend who wanted one. I might just keep it, he hasn't said anything about picking it up. It has been in a box sitting around here for a week or so.

I have an all aluminum tall deck BBC to repair to go on it, out of a Ray Miller dragster. Plus I have another 496 being machined, be done any day, going in a 69 Camaro rotisseri.

May as well keep it.


 
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Some nice examples. I guess being broke dyck I will just stick with my 35 yo home made stand.Heck it has worked for hundreds of engine builds. Should said they, since have 2. One had a SBC hanging on it for about 12 years because I was playing with Harleys and they take different kind of stand all together.LOL

My anti q cost mae about 40 bucks and hour or two to build.




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I'd like to find just the rotating head to retrofit my stand with. It's a pain to rotate engines by hand. I haven't seen any though, but I'll keep looking. Don't need to buy a whole new stand...


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I'd like to find just the rotating head to retrofit my stand with. It's a pain to rotate engines by hand. I haven't seen any though, but I'll keep looking. Don't need to buy a whole new stand...


Among other aspects you'll notice when you start using a crank stand is when you have tools in your hands, you don't have to put them down and exit the task you're doing at that moment, in order to make a small adjustment to the angle of the engine.

Efficiency.
 
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