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    Best E revo Stand

    What is the best work stand to use to work on the e revo. Would like one that spins if possible. All suggestions and photos are appreciated. Thx

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    yeah i just saw the new one i posted and figured i would link it for him.
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    I use a CD spindle like this one :


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    I built this its simple its low cost less than $10


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    i honestly don't see the need for one. just takes up more space...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSnakeJake View Post
    i honestly don't see the need for one. just takes up more space...
    I agree. Personally I work on the truck when it's clean and I normally take the wheels and tyres off (depending on what I'm doing). I don't see the need for a workstand for changing rockers, altering pushrods or changing shocks. If it's a job on the top of the chassis it sits on it's axle carriers and if it's a job on the underside it sits on the body posts or wing and cage.

    Maybe I should make a stand and see just how much I use it
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    Really see your point I've used mine once not as useful as I thought it would be kinda pointless unless the truck sets perfectly still which mine doesn't maybe if it was strapped down to stand...idk i was bored so I built it
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    I use my lap hahahaha

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    It's not for working on the trucks........... but I use a plastic tub for storing my trucks to get the weight off the wheels & the suspention..
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    here is mine, i made it out of a VW cam timming gear, i had to make the hole a little bigger, then i used the adjustable part of crutches, so my stand it adjustable up and down. then i got a piece of sheet steel like for air ducting and formed it as you see it. i used a one inch piece of the smaller tubing from the crutches and welded in some threads so could bolt it to the sheet metal. when put together i can spin the truck around.


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    the video is my 3.3 but i have sold it, and you can see that the bolted part is off center, that was for the 3.3 because of the balance of that truck is not like the EREVO, i had to drill the hole in the center for the EREVO but still works the same
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