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Just like last month’s installment, Miller’s Josh Sprinkle was here to assist. He began by taking rough measurements of the footprint of the engine (we had it sitting on a moving dolly) and cutting sections of square tubing to form the base and legs and sheetmetal to form the mounts. We cut the tubing with a chop saw, trimming as needed to fit the engine, while still remaining narrow enough to fit within the legs of our engine hoist. Once we got the footprint right, Josh began welding the base together.