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Old 10-12-2012, 07:35 AM
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Ok just got it now can bench small ones , not a walk in the park however, as it is no go on running with muffler . they use that 1/4 inch bolt to lock slide no clearance
will replace with allen also the roll pins that go thru engine mount holes too long thus cannot lock down flush, plate remains angled will grind a little off them
minor issues easy to resolve, overall nice mount martin
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Hi Martin,

My Tatone mount gives me trouble with certain small engines, so I use my Cox International mount from Bernie for those. Fits all the .051 and smaller Cox engines (that I have tried so far), and even the Fox .049/.07 engines with the tank mount attached.

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Bill I have one of Bernies stands nice blue anodized finish for my coxs radial mount the top does take a couple of beam mount engines martin
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Any engines I have to test that don't fit into my TATONE have a wooden test mount made in the old fashioned method.

Cut out a space for the engine to sit, drill four hole and bolt it in, done very quickly and useful for those little odd jobs.

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Any engines I have to test that don't fit into my TATONE have a wooden test mount made in the old fashioned method.

Cut out a space for the engine to sit, drill four hole and bolt it in, done very quickly and useful for those little odd jobs.

Greg

Hi Greg, I've made many mounts like you describe. I also have a 50 year old EZ-JUST 1/2A and A test stand that I use for

.5cc -1.0 cc diesel and glow engine break-in and testing. It is also wood with wood beam mount clamps and has steel

pins for locking in the engine, just like the Tatone test stands. I've had it for at least twenty years. I see them occasionaly

on ebay...cheap.

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well at least we can run the MP Jet o61 tomorrow with the muffler, we just clamp this down with a C clamp on the bench stand
Got 2 of the MacGregor mounts for it nice they come with all screws, nuts and blind nuts
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