Originally Posted by sedanbob
S10xGN, I can see where you would need something really tall to assist getting a body up on your rotisserie. No criticism intended, I don't have a lot of experience working with a rotisserie, but why would you need to use a creeper under it? Why not just rotate it? I have only put one body on a rotisserie, but we used a pair of engine hoists.
Yeah, that does kinda make you scratch your head.
I'm going to be removing most of the rear flooring for a Chris Alston triangulated 4-link setup and cutting out the front sheetmetal for an M-II front clip. All this (at least in my mind) should be done with the car as level as possible. Once it's cut and tacked in place, I can then roll it for finish welding. My rotisserie has an indexing head, but there's a couple degrees of slop in it...