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    Engine anti-rotation dog

    Putting the flexplate on the Big Block I needed to hold the plate to keep the engine from rotating while I torqued the fasteners. I had a piece of scrap left over from an AC install on my '56 wagon. It got repurposed.


    Only took a couple of minutes to make and it does the job very well.
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    An absolute must have to properly torque the flywheel bolts.
    thanks for your post.
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    Thanks astroracer! We've added your Engine Stand Anti Rotation Dog to our Engine Stands and Lifts category,
    as well as to your builder page: astroracer's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:






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