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Got an engine bay which needs to be empty? Here’s a few specific tools you’ll need to pluck an engine from its home. It all begins with an engine crane because this job needs more than muscle. With an all-steel, powder-coated construction, a maximum boom height of 2.1 metres, and a 1-tonne lifting capacity; the SCA folding engine crane is just what you need.
Adjust the boom arm to suit the engine weight and vehicle type. It’s good for 1000 kilos at the shortest adjustment, and 250 kilos at the longest. Once that engine is free of its mounts, 6 castor wheels allow you to move it easily, and the whole assembly folds up nice and compact for storage when you’re done.
But let's not get too far ahead, you need a reliable means to connect that crane to the engine! The SCA Engine Leveller is the perfect companion for an engine crane. The all-steel build and red powder-coating matches the engine crane. It provides four mounting points to your engine and will balance up to 540kg of motor. Connect the top of this device to your engine crane hook and now you have more control as you perform the lift. Just give the plastic handle a spin to level the engine out as needed.
Now you’ve got an engine which needs a new home. How about an engine stand? This is perfect if you’ll be performing some work on the engine. It can handle up to 560kg, and with four steel castor wheels, it’s easy to shift your engine around the shop. Four adjustable mounting arms provide flexible options for your engine. Once firmly affixed, you’ve got the perfect working height, and the entire engine can be rotated 360 degrees. Removing, rebuilding or reinstalling. These bits of gear will make your task a breeze.
Manufactured from red powder coated steel for superb corrosion and abrasion resistance
A great addition to an engine crane or block and tackle to assist in keeping the engine level
Plastic coated rotating handle to adjust load angle quickly and easily
Chrome coated high tensile chain for confident lifting of up to 540kg