[DeTomaso] Cleveland Rolling engine stand

Mike Drew mikeldrew at aol.com
Fri Oct 21 09:52:11 EDT 2016


I have two cradles (one for a 427) from Stumpy's Fabworks. (Www.stumpysfabworks.com) and they are terrific. 

They are offered in both 'normal' and 'wide' configurations. I prefer the wide ones because they offer much greater stability. I ordered my 351C stand extra-length so it could safely support an engine/ZF combo. My stepson welded up rear mounts for the gearbox that bolt to the gearbox ears and rest on the rails of the Stumpy's cradle. 

Good stuff. Hope I never need to use it again. :)


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On Friday, October 21, 2016, Rob Dumoulin <rob at dumoulins.net> wrote:

I'm in the market for a floor-level (not the tall kind to assemble an
engine) rolling engine stand for a spare fully assembled Cleveland
engine.A I found this one from Mansion Tools.A They seem to have the
most reasonable shipping costs on this exact item.


Does anybody have this one or recommend a better choice for the money?


1. http://www.mansiontools.com/engine-cradle-for-all-v8-ford-blocks-aut-ec1000-f-automotive-hoist-stands-jack.html?channelid=GoogleAdwords&gclid=CLWitdiB7M8CFU86gQoduwMEBA

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