You can read up to three stories for free.

To view more stories

SUBSCRIBE NOW

(If you're already a subscriber, click here to Login - or click here to Register if you're a first-time user.)
1987 - Volume #11, Issue #5, Page #10
Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story ]

    «Previous    Next»
Engine puller, work stand combo

"I wanted something that would both pull engines and serve as a rotating work stand," says Homer Hartling, Rockwell City, Iowa.
The space-saving engine puller and work stand combo pulls the engine in a conventional manner at the end of the boom and then transfers it to a rotating mounting bracket that's handy for all types of engine rebuilding. "I made the lift arm out of a piece of heavy track with a heavy-duty trolley in it which can be locked in different positions. Once the engine is removed, I let the lift arm down until it is level, unlock the trolley, roll the engine back to the mounting bracket, lock the trolley and raise or lower the lift arm to line up the engine with the mounting bracket, and bolt it on. The lift arm can then be unhooked and either raised or removed," says Hartling, who would like to find a manufacturer for the new shop accessory.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Homer Hartling, Rt. 3, Rockwell City, Iowa 50579 (ph 712 297-7490).

Click here to download page story appeared in.


Order the Issue Containing This Story
1987 - Volume #11, Issue #5