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Motofeet engine storage or transportation stand for Ford Modular V8 engines (without casters). Optiona steel or rubber casters available.
Overall height will vary based upon what is on top of the engine for an intake system. And honestly, that is not a measurement we have access to. Another way to look at the dimensions is that the oil pan is approximately 1.0" - 1-1/2" off the ground without casters, and then add ~2.0" more when casters are used on the stands.
No, the #2400 stand is for the Ford Modular engines. Part #MTO-2500 is the correct part number for the Ford FE engine stand.
Yes, the 2400 stand fits the Coyote engines.
The Motofeet engine stand for Ford Modular V8 engines fits:
** NOTE: The engine mounting bolts on the Coyote (and possibly other future engine designs) use a considerably smaller (10mm) fastener. Therefore, the mounting holes on the Motofeet engine stand seem too large. However, if a standard general purpose steel 10mm I.D. x 20mm or 30mm O.D. flat washer is used in conjunction with a locking washer, the flat washer will become slightly cupped (conical) when tightened---centering into the hole on the stand and effectively and safely securing the stand to the Coyote engine. This has been tested, and provides secure mounting without the need for a special stand to accomdate these engines.
(Provided by Sam Solace, Pres/CEO of Century Performance Center) The answer to this question is based upon personal preference and the intended use of the Motofeet engine stand. Either caster material is durable and will withstand the weight installed upon the stand. On nicely prepped garage or shop floors---using vinyl tiles, epxoy paint, or another premium surface---we recommend the rubber caster option. Using rubber casters is the best way to prevent damage or scratches to the shop or garage floor. Additionally, the rubber casters roll quieter.The steel casters are the best choice when the engine (or engine and trans) will be mounted to the stand for an extended length of time (storage for example), or if the floor surface (or travel area) area is coarse or sometimes difficult to roll across---including asphalt driveways or at the race track. While the rubber casters are heavy duty, extremely durable designs (and provide the same load rating as the steel casters), it is simply not a good practice to allow a set of rubber casters to maintain a heavy load while stationary in the same place for an extended period of time. Although we have not experienced any negative problems associated with the Motofeet rubber casters, past experience with other rubber casters has shown that extended periods of weighted support may cause flat spots to occur. Again, we have not experienced any problems with the rubber casters Motofeet provides. This information is provided to allow our customers to make the best caster selection for their Motofeet engine stand.
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