Small Block & Big Block Chevy (except LS Engines) Engine Cradle
JEGS 555-80064 Engine Cradle with Wheels for Small Block & Big Block Chevy Features:
- Heavy-duty steel construction with 750 lbs. capacity
- Storage hardware is included so you will always have the needed bolts
- Includes 3 in. steel casters that swivel 360 degrees for easy maneuverability
- Works with Big Block and Gen 1 Small Block Chevy with side motor mounts (Will Not Fit GM LS Engines)
- Store and maneuver your engine safely and securely
- When not in use, the crossbar doubles as storage for the included bolts (that attach the engine to the stand)
How much does it cost to replace an engine cradle?
- Our JEGS 555-80064 Engine Cradle is a small one-time investment, providing durable support for Small Block & Big Block Chevy engines.
What is the difference between a Small Block Chevy and a Big Block Chevy?
- The main difference lies in size and power. Small blocks are lighter with a higher RPM, while big blocks offer more displacement and torque. Choose based on your performance needs.
What's the biggest Small Block Chevy?
- The largest Small Block Chevy is typically the 400 cubic inch (6.6L) V8. It strikes a balance between size and power, making it a popular choice among enthusiasts.
Does it work with an lt1 5.7?
Will a buick 215 aluminum block fit on this stand?
Would this mout to a 70s Pontiac block (350/400/455)
Will this work on 4.3L V6 GM block?
Will this hold a 235 inline six? If not could you recommend one?
Will it work with other v8 engines
Q#1: Is this storage cradle strong enough to support a ZZ572 crate engine for a 3,000 mile cross country move in a moving truck? Q#2: What is width of assembled cradle? (I need to make sure it can be rolled up the moving truck ramp.)
Will a 1984 6.2l Detroit diesel from a Chevy K5 blazer fit on this stand
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