Speedway Rolling V8 Engine Storage Kit
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Rolling Chevy V8 Engine Cradle
- Engineered to fit small block and big block Chevy engines
- Built in hardware storage for engine mount bolts while stand is not in use ensures you will always have the proper hardware when needed
- Premium steel construction for superior strength and maximum hold
- Lightweight versatile design makes for easy engine mounting and installation
- Not compatible with 1955-1957 265 and 283 SBC engines since those engines do not have side engine mounts
Mr.Gasket Engine Storage Bag
Mr. Gasket storage bags come in two sizes that are designed to protect your engine, transmission, cylinder heads, and crankshaft when not in use. The oversize engine storage bag is big enough to fit a fully dressed big block engine (including headers) & fit over most engine stands & dyno carts. The cylinder head/crankshaft bags are big enough to fit big block & Hemi style heads. These heavy-duty thick clear poly bags have the Mr. Gasket logo printed on them. Engine storage bags are sold one per package, and the cylinder head/crankshaft storage bags are sold two per package.
- Heavy-duty - thick clear poly material w/ Mr. Gasket logo
- Oversized engine storage bags fit over fully dressed big-block engines w/ headers (including most engine stands & dyno carts)
- Engine storage bags sold 1/Pkg
- Fits Small and Big block Chevy motors mounting on the rear lower bellhousing dowels/bolts and side engine mount locations.
- Due to 55-57 265 and 283 cubic inch motors having no side engine mounts, it is not compatible without fabricating new front brackets for front cradle mounts.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Rolling Engine Cradle, Chevy V8Part # 91681209Qty x 1
Mr Gasket 33260G Mr. Gasket Engine Storage BagPart # 55033260GQty x 1
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