Re: Advice on purchasing an LS3
I've never moved around an engine in a crate, but I'd think a couple of moving dollies would do the trick or if all else fails, have the delivery driver put the crate on a piece of 3/4 plywood and put that on some 3-4 ft sections of 4" pvc pipe. You can push it and it will roll over the pipes. Move forward and move the trailing pipe to the front as each section of pipe is exposed as it rolls forward. Yes, a primitive and somewhat humorous approach, but it will work if you don't have any other options.
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