Engine Stands - 1250 lb. Capacity
Engine Stands are Great for Working on Engines!
An engine stand provides the flexibility to rotate the block to any position for lower and top end engine reassembly with just the turn of a handle. JEGS Engine Stands have an adjustable mounting head that secures the rear of the engine to the stand and a 360-degree head that allows easy rotation of the engine. The heavy-gauge square steel tube frame disassembles effortlessly for storage or transport, and ball-bearing casters maneuver smoothly across any floor.
This question relates to the dimensions in previous question. I measured mine at 21" leg width by 31.5 leg length, looks the same as this product. Now to my question, is there an oil drip tray for this stand if the dimensions are the same?
What's the ID of the tube that holds the piece that bolts to the engine and allows the engine to be rotated? I'm hoping it's 60mm. What is the dimension of the space between the two legs of the base? Thanks!
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