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JEGS Engine Cradle for Small Block Mopar Engine

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JEGS 800643
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Engine Cradle
  • Small Block Mopar
  • All-Steel Construction
  • Dimensions: 19.25" H x 16" W x 24" D
  • Weight Capacity: 1000 lbs.
  • Powdercoated Yellow
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  • Hardware
  • Provision for 12mm x 1.75 Stud Mounting Wheels (not included)
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    800643 is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Engine Cradle The only thing I mistake is having wheel on it but that is easy fix I need . It look real good and if I need another one I well get the samall kind
    Date published: 2019-12-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job, but needed the job So I've been looking for awhile for a cradle for my 5.2 magnum. This engine and it's sibling the 5.9 have been in hundreds of thousands of vehicles, including my Jeep Grand Cherokee. So I would have thought it would be easy to find one labeled 5.2/5.9L Magnum cradle, but no. Never found one. And after reading tons of threads on the subject, I took a chance on one made for the LA block. Didn't work. So then I tried this one. Works, but needed some modding. The rear bars needed to be shortened by about 1/2" to fit the mount on the rear. So after trimming and repainting, including the spots that jegs missed when they built it. I got it together. I wasn't to confident with the hardware that held the front of the block, so I upgraded that too. But after all that, its holding my spare engine just fine over in the corner of the garage. If you got a zawzal/jigsaw or any saw that can cut metal, some paint, then you can make it work for a 5.2/5.9 magnum. I'd recommend this one, because as far as I know, this and the allpar version are the only ones that fit the 5.2/5.9 magnum engine. With no other choices, it can be made to fit the engines.
    Date published: 2019-03-09
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a bolt on cradle for small block LA MOPARS! I had a fun day yesterday installing this 555-800643 ENGINE CRADLE SB MOPAR on my 318 I finally received on Friday. I wanted to pass on some pics and information about this cradle for the next SB Mopar Cradle purchaser/installer. The left and right front motor mount points lined up perfectly on this cradle, but the back two were a different story. I had to cut off about 3/4" of the top of the tube to clearance the block and the then the down on the back of the block would lied up with the whole....but no other holes to install a bolt into the block! So, I had to drill a hole into each bracket to align with the hole in the block for the nut and bolt. Long story here is....I'm thinking someone was drinking when they either welded the flat piece of metal on, or they much have been a chivy guy messing with us Mopar folks...LOL!! I then received the roller casters(sen in the pics) from Amazon just in time to install since the Jegs casters were going to be on back order until February! Either way, I've attached the pics for your viewing and to pass onto your product improvement department etc...
    Date published: 2019-01-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Replace some hardware and tap the caster threads I used this on a Magnum 318 and transported it in the bed of the Dodge the 318 was destined for. The actual stand itself is fine, but the lower bolts are not. Replace these with decent bolts as large as you can fit and REALLY crank them down. My bolts belt immediately and the entire stand warped. I was able to straighten it (which may not be a great sign lol), and replaced the bolts with beefier ones and on a return trip it stayed in tact. Also avoid the 'Related Purchase" casters. Mine broke immediately. You may even want to run a tap through the caster threads to ensure they are the right size. I plan on getting better casters locally and running a tap through them.
    Date published: 2017-04-06
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Takes modifications to fit I purchased 3 of these mopar ones. First one I had to cut the rear mounts down just as the other person who reviewed it explained. The second one I also cut down the rear mounts but the holes in the plates didn't line up. I haven't done the 3rd one yet but I will review it also.
    Date published: 2019-05-27
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from unhappy It is supposed to be rated at 1000lbs? You’ve got to be kidding. The cross brace is drilled to use 5/16 bolts and the supply package had bolts that were so small the flat washers pulled through the holes!! I put 5/16 bolts in it. I also had to trim the top off of the rear tubing because it hit the block under the bell housing mount and I couldn’t put the bolts in.
    Date published: 2018-04-08
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from No casters and costs more than SBC/BBC cradle My recommendation is to purchase the SBC/BBC cradle since it is much cheaper and has the casters are included, then modify it to fit your SBM.
    Date published: 2017-12-02
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    will this work with a 5.7 & 6.4 hemi?

    Asked by: GDodge
    This will work with both of these engines.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-12-04
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