The Kamasa Tools engine support frees up time and space for mechanics

2016 Using an engine support means there's no need for a floor-based lift, which takes up space and can be rather unsteady.

A time-consuming operation for mechanics is the temporary relocation of the engine or gearbox, for example when replacing timing belts or clutches. If the height of the lift supporting the vehicle needs adjusting, a floor-based support is difficult to handle.

With an engine support under the vehicle, the mechanic is free to raise and lower the vehicle and can work without assistance. Installation takes a few minutes. The Kamasa Tools engine support is universal, but is primarily intended for vehicles with transverse engines. The length of the support, the position of the fastening hooks, and the angle, position and height of the support legs are adjustable, making this a very versatile tool.

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