Easy-Run, manufacturer of premium Engine Test Run Stands, presents its “Custom Series.” This affordable Run Stand offers a low cost solution for those who want Easy-Run quality, yet are interested in saving money by completing some of the assembly, and using components they may already have.
The company says its “Custom Series” Run Stand is the perfect solution for starting-up and testing an engine before it is installed in a vehicle. It enables the user to solve problems, make final adjustments and perform any needed repairs before installation, avoiding the frustration of having to remove, repair and reinstall the engine, possibly multiple times, if problems exist.
Made in the USA, this fully adjustable stand is engineered for universal applications, easily accommodates many domestic and foreign engines. The stand comes equipped with engine mounting pedestals that adjust independently fore, aft and vertically, while the radiator mount can slide in and out to accommodate extended engine sizes. A universal bell housing mount system fastens directly to the rear bell housing bolt pattern. An optional automatic transmission kit enables mounting of automatic transmissions and most standard transmissions. Assembles in minutes, stores in minutes and provides a great piece of mind that your engine is ready to install.
The rugged steel frame is plated and powder coated for durability. Standard equipment includes: frame assembly, engine mount system, radiator support system, 6”caster set, dash panel and mount brackets. Hardware kit is supplied with complete assembly instructions.
Users can provide components to complete the “Custom Series” or take advantage of options that Easy-Run provides. This includes the fuel tank and tray, battery tray, radiator system (Ford, Mopar or GM style), gauge set and tachometer, electrical component kit with a wiring diagram for universal application. Wiring and connectors not supplied due to possible variations.
For more information go to: http://www.easy-run.net/c-58-custom-series-run-stand.aspx, or call 800-780-0634.