I posted the question what do people use for a work stand for a Summit. It turns out pretty much everything was the answer. Did some research and this is what I came up with. Its a PVC stand per many of your suggestions. It elevates the summit up 8 inches so the tires are clear and good height for me.
I have included a parts list at the end of the thread for anyone interested and some photos with captions. I used the hot and cold PVC for indoor plumbing and not the irrigation pipe. Everything came from LOWES. I found the hot and cold was a better size and worked better. You can change to the other PVC just DONT use my measurements they wont work. All in was about $25 to $30.
PARTS LAID OUT FOR THE BASE
PARTS LAID OUT FOR THE VERTICAL STANDS
CUSTOM FIT THE HEIGHT OF THE FRONT AND REAR STANDS TO MATCH SUMMITS UNDERCARRIAGE
SAME AS ABOVE DIFFERENT ANGLE
DRILLED AND SET SCREWS AT ALL JOINTS. TRIED TO GLUE AND IT WAS A NIGHTMARE WITH ALL THE ANGLES. SCREWS WORKED REAL WELL AND MORE ACCURATE TO THE FINAL FIT. BESIDES I CAN ALWAYS TAKE IT APART AND CHANGE IT.
SPRAYED PLASTIC DIP THROUGH OUT TO INCREASE THE FRICTION BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM. FINISHED STAND WITH PLASTIC COAT.
SUMMIT ON STAND WITH VELCRO TIE DOWN. I HAVE THIS ONE MOUNTED TO A LAZY SUSAN. WORKS WELL FOR ME.
SUMMIT RESTING ON STAND.
COULDN'T JUST HAVE ONE, THE OTHER SUMMITS ARE JEALOUS.
Fun to make only took an hour or two. For you that are interested here's a parts list. REMEMBER its HOT COLD PVC not the bright white irrigation pipe. Everything is from Lowes. The stand is 8 inches tall which was a good height for me.
10 foot length of 3/4 inc hot cold pipe - $10
8 - 90 degree elbows - $3
8 - tees - $4
4 - 45 degree elbows - $2
4 - caps - $2
1 can plastic dip - $6
1 pack of screws - $6
12-pcs 1 3/8 inches
4-pcs 6 inches
4 - pc 3 inches
2 - pcs 5 inches
4 - pcs 4 5/8 inches
I used a 2.5 mm drill bit for the pilot holes. Its a work in progress I welcome any suggestions or ideas.