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Engine stand and 200Tdi


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Hi alll,

Picked up an engine stand from our favourite market place and would like

some advice on where to fit the Tdi onto it. Side or back where the flywheel

housing fits ?

It's a Machine mart job, which according to the website can handle 340kg

but I've already removed a lot of weight, head and ancillaries. All I intend

to hang off the stand is the basic short motor to facilitate sump removal.

Thanks in advance.

Nige

BTW what is the weight of a built up 200Tdi anyway ?

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Hi alll,

Picked up an engine stand from our favourite market place and would like

some advice on where to fit the Tdi onto it. Side or back where the flywheel

housing fits ?

It's a Machine mart job, which according to the website can handle 340kg

but I've already removed a lot of weight, head and ancillaries. All I intend

to hang off the stand is the basic short motor to facilitate sump removal.

Thanks in advance.

Nige

BTW what is the weight of a built up 200Tdi anyway ?

i'm building a 200tdi on said stand at the mo ive bolted it on the rear face of the block with clutch and clutch casing removed using the four cap head bolts from the clutch casing was then going to hang it on the crane to do the clutch end and then bung it back in the truck BTW its a defender lump but i don't think it makes much differance

mike

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Here's how i recently did a 300Tdi, my engine mount has adjustable arms so i just hung the engine there with the crane and adjusted the arms to suit:

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