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Engine Overhaul Stand Adapter

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Part# 12-04877
MFR Model# 13013

Overview

Adapter for Continental and Lycoming engine overhaul stand.
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February 22, 2022

I dont know why I thought this item was made of steel, but I did. Figured all I would have to do was weld it to a nice heavy piece of drill stem and I would have a motor stand. But NO..... this item is made of virgin white nylon! It did, however, make a dandy template to use to trace its outline on a piece of 1/2 plate to cut with a plasma cutter, grind, drill, smooth and finish to then weld onto said piece of drill stem. It will go in between the 1/2 steel plate and the crank of my Lycoming O-320.

Gene
December 31, 2018

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Q: What is the adapter made of (material- plastic, metal, etc)?

It is a type of durable plastic. The previous units were made of wood, but this material is more durable.

Q: What is this for? I am going to order the engine stand but will I need this too? Is it needed for all CMI and Lycoming engines or just some specific models?

If you order a complete engine stand, this will be included. It has a SAE prop bolt spacing for Continental and Lycoming engines.

Q: Sorry, I still don’t understand what this does. Isn’t the engine stand already drilled for the prop bolt spacing?

The stand only had two holes in it, you would attach this to the stand, and then attach the engine to this adapter.

Q: How thick is this adapter?

Approx 3/4.