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Old 03-05-2003, 11:06 PM
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Engine test stand plans

I know this subject has been covered before, but , like many before me I could never find the actual post where I can find plans or a web page on making a engine test stand. I am just looking for the basic engine stand type -where a radiator , engine gauges, and fuel also mount with it. I am not looking for the elaborate dyno type-- just one to find leaks , nosies, and intial break in before putting engine in vehicle. Thanks for anyone that can place me in the right direction.
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