Ford EFI Engine Lift Plate
Saw tooth shaped slots to allow easy adjustment without removing chains or hooks from the lift plate.
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Universal Engine Lift Plates
Zinc-plated steel plate allows you to lift your engine with the intake manifold installed. Capable of lifting engines with the transmission attached up to 1,000 pounds at three different angles. Has provisions to attach to a small flange Holley 2-bbl, Holley 4150 square flange or spread bore 4-bbl, and Holley 4500 Dominator carb manifolds. Can be used to seal the intake for safe storage as well. Works with all cast iron and aluminum intakes.
Ford EFI Engine Lift Plate
Make easy work of removing or replacing your 5.0L or 5.8L EFI engine for maintenance or new engine installation. Simply remove the upper intake and bolt our plate to your stock; Edelbrock Performer, Performer RPM, Performer RPM II, Victor; Holley SystemMax; Ford Cobra or GT-40 lower intake manifold. Plate is powdercoated black and has three lift positions to achieve the proper tilt angle. New Design (part number 555-80094) is zinc plated and has saw tooth shaped slots to allow easy adjustment without removing chains or hooks from the lift plate.
GM LS Engine Lift Plate
Most GM LS engines have a plastic intake manifold that should be removed before removing or installing the engine in the vehicle. This lift plate replaces the stock valley cover and has saw teeth style slots that make it easier to balance & angle the engine and transmission while it is being removed or installed. The saw tooth shaped slots allow easy adjustment without removing chains or hooks from the lift plate. The lift plate can also be used as a dust cover to keep the valley clean when storing the engine.
Will this attach correctlt to a 2008 Ford 4.0 liter SOHC V-6 engine?
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