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#2461528 - 03/05/18 12:52 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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#2461542 - 03/05/18 01:28 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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#2461546 - 03/05/18 01:32 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: CMcAllister]
WHITEDART Offline
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Can that third member mount hold a trans as well..
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#2461549 - 03/05/18 01:36 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: greendart408]
Biginchmopar Offline
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Registered: 11/22/10
Posts: 1241
Loc: Carson City, Nevada
Originally Posted By greendart408
Lsm on the head valve spring compressor, once used you will appreciate.


iagree

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#2461550 - 03/05/18 01:37 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: Al_Alguire]
Biginchmopar Offline
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Registered: 11/22/10
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Loc: Carson City, Nevada
Originally Posted By Al_Alguire


AWESOME!

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#2461553 - 03/05/18 01:46 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: Biginchmopar]
WHITEDART Offline
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Now this Arrangement is something that I use at work often.. has tons options.. but more and more I find I'm using it in the garage.. I know there are fancy impacts that are cordless but this is what I have.. everything from changing wheel screws to zipping off the valve covers. I will even install my lug nuts.. and finish the job with a torque wrench of course. the adapters are available in quarter inch 3/8 and 1/2 inch..


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#2461554 - 03/05/18 01:48 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: Al_Alguire]
WHITEDART Offline
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Loc: bean town ....Ca
Originally Posted By Al_Alguire
Al are you going to let us use your card.. if so I think I will get one of those lifts
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#2461569 - 03/05/18 02:24 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
CMcAllister Offline
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Registered: 12/30/05
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Loc: Fulton County, PA
Originally Posted By WHITEDART
Can that third member mount hold a trans as well..



Yes. The one I actually use is an old Blue Point that's very similar to the OTC pictured. I have tooling to mount Torqueflites by the ears on the case, or they can be hung by the bellhousing. I'll hang 904s by the pan bolt holes as well. Glides I use pan bolt holes. GM 3 speeds have a different u-shaped hanger. I've had all kinds of stuff hung on it.

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#2461574 - 03/05/18 02:33 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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I have this stuff in 12v - drill, impact, 90* drill, saw. Everybody wants the big 18 or 20v stuff, but these tools are light and compact, and suit my needs better. Much handier for most of what I do. I have big stuff, but these are the ones I use 98% of the time.



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#2461611 - 03/05/18 03:34 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: CMcAllister]
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Registered: 10/01/03
Posts: 201
Loc: Cochise Co, Az, From Detroit
Summit geared engine stand.
For 219.00, I can rotate a 700# bb with one hand.

Engine does not droop at all on stand.
Stand weighs close to 100# compared to the standard summit 4 leg stand that's about 40# and flimsy.


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#2461612 - 03/05/18 03:36 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: moetown]
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Registered: 02/02/05
Posts: 13335
Loc: PA.
Originally Posted By moetown
Summit geared engine stand.
For 219.00, I can rotate a 700# bb with one hand.

Engine does not droop at all on stand.
Stand weighs close to 100# compared to the standard summit 4 leg stand that's about 40# and flimsy.





I bought 2 of those because I liked it so much
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#2461615 - 03/05/18 03:48 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: pittsburghracer]
moetown Online   content
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Registered: 10/01/03
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Loc: Cochise Co, Az, From Detroit
Originally Posted By pittsburghracer
Originally Posted By moetown
Summit geared engine stand.
For 219.00, I can rotate a 700# bb with one hand.

Engine does not droop at all on stand.
Stand weighs close to 100# compared to the standard summit 4 leg stand that's about 40# and flimsy.





I bought 2 of those because I liked it so much




Day after I bought mine, I saw that jegs had same stand on sale for 161.00. I was not happy. Jegs had a sale on jegs branded stuff.
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#2461634 - 03/05/18 04:40 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: moetown]
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Slowride

Registered: 02/02/05
Posts: 13335
Loc: PA.
Originally Posted By moetown
Originally Posted By pittsburghracer
Originally Posted By moetown
Summit geared engine stand.
For 219.00, I can rotate a 700# bb with one hand.

Engine does not droop at all on stand.
Stand weighs close to 100# compared to the standard summit 4 leg stand that's about 40# and flimsy.





I bought 2 of those because I liked it so much




Day after I bought mine, I saw that jegs had same stand on sale for 161.00. I was not happy. Jegs had a sale on jegs branded stuff.
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Ya I bought my first one back when you could use your pro shop account and a 10% off coupon. That ended shortly after guys were selling them on Yellowbullet. When I went to buy my second one Summit wanted an over size shipping charge so I bought my second one from Jegs.
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1970 Duster
Edelbrock headed 408
6.143@110.89 mph
9.73@135.05 mph shifting at 6700 RPM
422 Indy headed small block
6.001@113.27mph
9.44@138.23

Untitled by John Cadamore, on Flickr





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#2461754 - 03/05/18 08:39 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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Posts: 473
Loc: nj
M12 ratchet

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#2461759 - 03/05/18 08:50 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: JAMESDART]
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gearwrench's handy, handy, handy!
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#2461875 - 03/06/18 12:41 AM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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Registered: 01/20/03
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Loc: Spokane Washington
Al_Alguire,

Does John Ericsson know you've been using his card? If not send it to me when you're done with it, I need some new stuff laugh2

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#2461980 - 03/06/18 10:28 AM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 16810
Loc: Las Vegas
I would say my AMEX card has been used more than ANY tool in any of my toolboxes have. How else do you get parts ordered after all smile Never use a debit card for obvious reasons if there is some issue and AMEX is great when there is one. Also never used a credit card, buying or funding a racecar on credit can be a very bad thing. Buy the parts pay the card and move on.
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#2461984 - 03/06/18 10:36 AM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
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Without an air compressor, I would get little done. I know for a fact after a snake got in the pulleys last year and blew the capacitors... what a mess laugh2
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#2462043 - 03/06/18 01:01 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: WHITEDART]
CMcAllister Offline
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Registered: 12/30/05
Posts: 2479
Loc: Fulton County, PA
Yeah, racing on credit is bad,bad,bad. I've seen guys roll in to the track with a nice rig and top shelf stuff and so broke they couldn't pay attention. Debit card ran as a credit card and tied to an account with enough to pay for the stuff, period. Or a card with cash back and the bill paid every month.

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#2462282 - 03/06/18 07:36 PM Re: Tools that have helped greatly [Re: CMcAllister]
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Registered: 02/20/11
Posts: 1225
Loc: Glendora Ca.
Originally Posted By CMcAllister
Yeah, racing on credit is bad,bad,bad. I've seen guys roll in to the track with a nice rig and top shelf stuff and so broke they couldn't pay attention. Debit card ran as a credit card and tied to an account with enough to pay for the stuff, period. Or a card with cash back and the bill paid every month.


Man you and Al are missing up my plan for pulling a 2nd out on the house and doing a new Engine program To hang with Whitedart and Jay Waxler laugh2
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