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If you want to fix one of those cheapie chinese stands, bolt it all together, clean off the paint, and WELD it solid. I would then add in an additional bracing facing forward, of course clearing any attached oil pan. As what I have experienced, the load rating must be a flub in the kg to # conversion. They can stand about half of what they are rated for.
As for the mounting arms, you don't have to bolt them to the very top holes. You just want it held on to the stand.
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