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The Oberg Tilt Lift

Category: The Oberg Tilt Lift
Manufacture: The Oberg Tilt Lift
Model No.: The Oberg Rilt Lift and Engine Sling

Product Description

Engine slings or, Engine swaps tend to embrace the best and worst of car crafting. While providing a definite shortcut to radically upgraded performance, the repetitive "tilt and lift" procedure necessary to hoist and mount that rebuilt or new engine inside your cruiser ranks among the most exasperating chores associated with street machining. Chain hoist can be a real pain - and pinched fingers are not the only potential sore spots. There are alternatives! Employing The Oberg Tilt Lift Engine Sling during engine retraction and installation maybe the next best thing to paying someone to do your dirty work-and, it is a lot faster.

The compact Oberg Tilt Lift Engine Sling features a unique take up/let out reel which allows you to progressivley lift and tilt an engine up to 45 degrees in either direction substantially reducing installation and/or removal time.

  • Tilt action allows precise alignment
  • 3 to 1 safety factor
  • Weighs only 4 lbs
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • There are alternatives. Employing an Oberg Tilt Lift™ engine sling during engine installation may be the next best thing to paying someone else to do your dirty work-and it's a lot faster. The compact Tilt Lift™ unit features a unique take up /payout reel which allows you to progressively lift and tilt an engine up to 45 degrees in either direction, substantially reducing installation and/or removal time.

  • 2,000 lb lifting capacity
  • All steel construction
  • 45° Tilt in either direction
  • Mounting cleats fasten to any engine
  • Single hand operation
  • What's more, the fully adjustable sling alleviates the need for additional muscle when the time comes to slip that rebuilt block back from where it came. Armed with a 1/2-inch ratchet, you can confront engine installations single-handedly. The 3/16-inch diameter aircraft cable is rated at 2,000 pounds of tensile strength; with a 3:1 safety load factor, the cable is capable of supporting 6,000 pounds. That's probably better insurance than that chain you've been using - and you don't have to worry about pinching your fingers.