In order to build a head stand, you will need about $30 of supplies, including 1-inch and 3/4-inch square metal tubing. Common hardware-store bolts and nuts are utilized for holding the cylinder head in place and creating the lock-down mechanism for the adjustable width. The 1-inch tubing on each end is configured in an upside-down T-shape; then an additional section of tubing is welded onto the inside for more support and to add width adjustability. The 3/4-inch square tubing connects the two halves of the stand structure. A 3/8-inch metal sleeve is inserted into each upright so the head can be bolted on without a spacer, to allow it to swivel in a full 360-degree arc.