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Old 08-15-2011, 10:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Irelands child
Yep Matt - they tip. I found that I could actually hold a 351W SB Ford from tipping over after it started. Couldn't straighten my back out for a week afterwards - but the engine never hit the ground.

Those mods are about what needs to be done - you but might consider a ride to Albany for the $60 HF 1000# heavy duty version instead of spending time on cobbling up the 750# light duty stand.

Dave W
I was actually going to head out there yesterday to get it, but ended up having to do somthing else. I took invintory of what I have for steel, and I don't have enough stuff to do it, so it would be a trip out to Albany anyway for more steel as our local supplier closed up.. Might as well get the stand. Steel would probably cost $20-30, casters are probably $10 each from TSC
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