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siestaman Greg Aden
Here is a photo of one that I built with the Moss motor stand and a Harbor Freight service cart total cost under $250 including gauges

Greg

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pinkyponk Gold Member Adrian Page
Berwick, NS, Canada   CAN
I just pulled my motor and couldn't believe how easy it was compared to others I've pulled. It might be quicker to just use the Bugeye for a test stand rather than build something.

I've never done it but I've seen the "start it up on the floor" technique at the local junkyard. They used a scrap of plywood under the pan. Not sure why. I like the tire idea!

Adrian

NOHOME P P
O, ON, Canada   CAN
1967 MG MGB GT "Maggie (GT From Hell)"


About as cheap and cheerful as it gets. You could nut-and bolt something together, but why pass up the chance to work on the welding skills if you already have a MIG welder? Kinda the point of all this is it not?

Pete

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Vg569 Silver Member Victor Gaines
Lagrangeville, NY, USA   USA
I like that one - simple and doable but strong. Victor

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