How did you know my 2x6 is only 22 inches? thought about that but not a bigger piece of wood. I was going to try mom standing on it and if that didn't work parking one wheel on it , but I figured the rail would have to be removed and flipped if parking on it. Guess the bolts need to be shorter as in 1/4 x 2.5 inches .
So you think one wheel will be enough?
Cheapest way for one wheel would be
2x6 parallel x 31.5 inches ( one inch error + tire width (assume biggest stock 20 on truck)+ two inch error ( match other error and toe error) + 15.5 inches (backwards fuel rail mount error 1 space 9 mount 5.5 return fuel hose pipe and hold back delivery fuel hose)
or a 2x10 perpendicular x 25.5 inches( same errors as above and add 6 inch convenience angle)
So for one wheel
-2x6 x 31.5 inches parallel mount or 2x10 x 25.5 inches perpendicular mount
-Two 1/4 x 2.5 inch bolts
- twenty four 1/4 flat washers ( put 2 under each bolt head on top of fuel rail and put 9 on each bolt under fail rail on top of 2x to fill two gaps that are 11.25 mm in size) (Two 3/4 inch x .45 - .5 inch deep counterbores with one 1/4 washer each )
- two 1/4 nuts (one in each counterbore)
Torque spec is same as op manual spec for fuel rail to cylinder head.
There is a .010 inch space between each fuel injector port and 2x6