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5015 Professional Engine Stand Product Showcase:
Video Overview:The professional VW engine stand features 2 long diagonal forward legs for more stability than our standard engine stand. The 4 arm engine bracket is gusseted for strength and firmly holds the engine case to the engine stand. The bright red paint offers durability and good looks to the stand so it looks great displaying engines in a showroom. Urethane lined wheels allow easy moving for the professional engine builder.
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If you're working on VW engines on a regular basis, or want to secure a place to display an engine up off the ground, EMPI's professional engine stand is just what you're looking for.
The professional VW engine stand features two long diagonal forward legs for stability, a collar for the engine bracket with a set screw, and bright red paint for durability and good looks.
The engine bracket bolts to either the left or right side of the engine case, and is gusseted for strength and firmly holds the engine to the engine stand.
The stock lower engine mounting stud and the upper engine bolt can be used to mount the engine to the stand, if you use spacers, which will allow the nuts to tighten.
Heavy duty swiveling castor wheels allow easy moving and all four wheels have locks to prevent the stand from rolling away.
The engine stand works with 11, 12, 13, 15 and 1600 based Type 1, 2 and 3 engines.
It is available online at JBugs.com along with other tools, parts, and accessories for your vintage VW.
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