|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|06-21-2011 09:06 AM|
|trantor12020||Now why didn't I think of that?? Thanks for the great idea Saint.|
|06-20-2011 12:43 PM|
|besodelmar||Thanks for the reply. Your idea is going to save an awful lot of us a great deal of time and money. Thanks again.|
|06-19-2011 03:48 PM|
|imsaint007||That's a Home depot turnbuckle to adjust the hight , or you can use strong chain cut to size , with a hock to lift it . good luck .|
|06-18-2011 03:19 PM|
|besodelmar||How did you make the hanger that is connected to the engine mount??|
|06-12-2011 10:59 AM|
|Spyder||Very good idea. I don't think we realize how often a hydraulic jack can be useful with boats. My catboat has an 80lb rudder, and needed new bushings. The jack made it a one-man, 20 minute, job while in a cradle.|
|06-12-2011 09:58 AM|
|06-11-2011 09:18 PM|
|tomperanteau||Wow, great idea. Thanks!|
|06-11-2011 08:43 PM|
How to change your engine mounts
A very trick job if you need to work around your engine and no room to jack up the engine and no place to anchor your lifting device ,I had this problem , even the smaller palm jack could not position it to remove and replace the mounts so I had to come out with a contraption to work around and out of the way of the mounts with room to remove and replaced it.
Here is my gadget that consists in pluming pipes and a bottle jack .
Hope some else can use the idea .
Engine Perkins 4236 1.200 lbs