Performance Tool W41032 Engine Lift Chain Tool

January 14, 2020 - Comment
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Assists in lifting most engines & heavy components from chassis. 1,000 lb. maximum load. 24″ chain 28″ overall length. Link locking features securely balances weight for slip free lifting.

Product Features

  • Assists in lifting most engines & heavy components from chassis
  • 1,000 lb. maximum load
  • 34″ chain 37″ overall length.
  • link locking features securely balances weight for slip free lifting
  • Heat treated alloy steel.


Anonymous says:

Stay away from this seller From the second I saw the box I knew something was wrong. It looked like it was chewed through by mice and sat in water for a while. When I opened it there were loose parts, bolts and nuts out of packages rolling around. I laid everything out, out of the 69 pieces listed there were 51 in the box. Obvious that this was returned at some point and just sent back out.

Anonymous says:

Do not purchase this engine stand!! Professional shop use not recommended!! This is the worst engine stand i have ever used. I own an import performance shop, so our engines are small andcrelatuvely light and this still does a terrible job. It is made poorly and feels cheap. The wheels do not roll well, the arbor does not rotate properly and the holes for the pin do not line up after turning it. It doesn’t even have a hole when the arbor is sideways. I bought three of these…what a waste of money. Maybe i can sell them for scrap. Since i have already used them,…

Anonymous says:

Great stand, don’t expect snap on for a harbor freight budget Yeah, it looks cheap when you receive it. The box was all torn to crap (UPS) and the components are loosely separated with pieces of card board. The bolts and nuts, washers were just in the bottom of the box laying, and paint was bubbling on one of the legsBut seriously, your buying an engine stand so it looks pretty?Its holding my Ford 460 motor, which is over 750 lbs with no problem. Turning the engine upside down took a lot of pull but its a heavy motor. Works great,…

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