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1955-1994 Small Block Chevy Engine Mount

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Specs
Centerline of Holes:
20.00
Material Type:
Steel
Overall Height:
7.63
Overall Width:
3.13
Overall Length:
21.63
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
0.18
Finish:
Zinc
Notes
This mount will work with an 8" balancer, balancer clears the mount by approx. .25."
1955-1994 Small Block Chevy Engine Mount

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What's in the Box

Specially designed engine mount cradle to mount your 1955-1994 Chevy 265-400 small block into almost any chassis. Includes grade 5 mounting hardware. Add one of our frame mount kits and a universal bolt-through cushion kit for a professional installation.

Engine Mounting Illustration (GIF)

135-6023 Instructions (PDF)

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
15 reviews
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grampaken
Verified Purchaser
Poulsbo, WA 98370, USA
Product Rating

Great product with great features

October 23, 2014
Very happy with the product. Excellent design. Works well.
Pros:
  • Excellent product
Yes, I recommend this product.
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TheExtreme
Verified Purchaser
Sour Lake, Texas
Product Rating

Heavy, strong product

October 13, 2014
Used this on my sbc when I put it in my 1955 Pontiac. Had to bulit mounts for it to sit on. It worked great. Get the universal bolt through engine mount cushion kit with it. If you run power steering you wont be able to mount pump low, as it uses the block holes.
Pros:
  • Strong
  • Perfect Fit
Cons:
  • must rethink p/s mounting position.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Chopped30
Verified Purchaser
Sydney NSW, Australia
Product Rating

Top product

September 06, 2014
Very good choice if you don't have room for side engine mounts. Has old school looks to it and fits perfect.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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ratrod1946
Erwin, TN 37650, USA
Product Rating

Looks and works like it should

February 06, 2013
Some say this will not work with a mechanical fuel pump. This product will work with mechanical fuel pumps with some minor grinding on the back side. Lokos great and works for my truck.
Pros:
  • loks great
Cons:
  • minor modification for mechanical fuel pump
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Bob
Verified Purchaser
Erwin Tn.
Product Rating

would buy again

September 22, 2012
easy to mount in my 50 chevy
Pros:
  • Durable
  • Versatile
  • Easy To Use
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Crash
Verified Purchaser
Downtown Olivia TX
Product Rating

Old school but effective

March 09, 2012
Quality has improved over the years of using this same part on early Ford rods... nice
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Dickce
Verified Purchaser
Columbia, SC
Product Rating

Easy install engine support bracket.

February 02, 2012
Simple and strong. Looks good. Speedway-motors is the first place I begin looking for parts when I need them.
Pros:
  • Looks good
  • High-Performance
  • Easy To Use
  • Durable
  • Versatile
  • Cost
  • Lightweight
Yes, I recommend this product.
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mschiffel
Verified Purchaser
point pleasant, n.j.
Product Rating

the mount is very well made and very str

January 26, 2012
I just wish that the product description in the catalog stated that the stock mechanical fuel pump couldn't be used with the mount that I just purchased.Now I have to use an electric fuel pump instead...not my primary choice.
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Seems to be the solution
  • Durable
  • Versatile
  • Easy To Use
  • High-Performance
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Larry
Verified Purchaser
Middle Point, Ohio
Product Rating

I'm very pleased with the products.

September 19, 2011
I'm using my purchase to build an engine test stand. For big and small blocks.
Pros:
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Bob
Verified Purchaser
Chino Valley, Arizona
Product Rating

"This mount is The best way to go"

February 08, 2011
I,m glad Speedway sells this mount because no body else makes it any more.
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile
  • Better exhaust clearence
  • No drilling on a '40 Ford
  • Easy To Use
  • Durable
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

15 questions : 16 answers

This looks like a great product. I'm putting at 1955 265 into a 1950 chevy truck. Where do I find frame mount adapters that are in the illustration?

1 answers
TruckBldr
Pennsylvania
June 11, 2014

This looks like a great product. I'm putting at 1955 265 into a 1950 chevy truck. Where do I find frame mount adapters that are in the illustration?

Answers

June 12, 2014
EricM
We apologize but currently do not offer the frame brackets for your 1950 truck to mate with this engine mount. We do offer a side mount kit 91018040, 91018031, or 91618012 in a cross member that may be of interest and used with stock style cushions.

Will this adapter mount a 1996 Chevrolet LT1 engine in a 1953 Mercury?

1 answers
mandamn
Sumter, SC, USA
May 11, 2014

Will this adapter mount a 1996 Chevrolet LT1 engine in a 1953 Mercury?

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May 12, 2014
EricM
No this mount will not work with a 1996 LT1 engine. This motor mount utilizes the two holes on each side of the block directly above the pan rail and the LT1 engine consumes these 2 mount holes per side. If you were to utilize an earlier engine in addition to the engine mount you will need the cushion kit number 7209314 and the frame brackets number 1353294 to complete the installation in your '53 Mercury.

what will i need with this to put a 265 v8 in a 1953 chevy?

1 answers
ddrummond
El Dorado, AR 71730, USA
April 21, 2014

what will i need with this to put a 265 v8 in a 1953 chevy?

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April 22, 2014
EricM
In order to mount the front of the engine you will also need the frame adapters part number 1353273 as well as a cushion kit 7209314.

327 SBC in 1940 Ford Will this engine mount clear the front crossmember?

2 answers
rutabega
Cheyenne, Wyoming
March 08, 2014

327 SBC in 1940 Ford Will this engine mount clear the front crossmember?

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October 14, 2014
TheExtreme
It should since it doesn't come down lower than the oil pan.
March 11, 2014
EricM
For motor mount number 1356023 proper cross member clearance is obtained by using 1353312 riser in addition to the cushion kit number 7209314.

Frame adapter for a 67 Camaro? I like the look of this mount and the simple install. Where can I find a frame mount kit for a 67 Camaro so I can use this Engine mount? Does Speedway have one? Is it as good as using or running a front motor plate?

1 answers
Stroked67SS
Papillion, NE, USA
May 30, 2013

Frame adapter for a 67 Camaro? I like the look of this mount and the simple install. Where can I find a frame mount kit for a 67 Camaro so I can use this Engine mount? Does Speedway have one? Is it as good as using or running a front motor plate?

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May 30, 2013
Jason
This front cradle mount is normally used in hot rod applications that commonly don’t have a midway cross member for the side engine mounts on a Chevy V8. Speedway does not have frame mounts for the 67 Camaro and are unaware of a supplier.

What spacers are needed to use this in a stock 34 ford pickup frame? I'm putting this ahead of the stock drive train and it sits real low in the front even with 2" spacers. There's no clearance to the front spring U-bolts. It looks like it needs to be up 4 to 6 inches. Is there a space for this installation?

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gregga
Iowa
May 23, 2013

What spacers are needed to use this in a stock 34 ford pickup frame? I'm putting this ahead of the stock drive train and it sits real low in the front even with 2" spacers. There's no clearance to the front spring U-bolts. It looks like it needs to be up 4 to 6 inches. Is there a space for this installation?

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May 23, 2013
EricM
The cradle mount as shown in the photo bolts to the front of the engine block with the two holes on each side directly above the pan rail. Speedway offers frame rail mounts number 1353274 and then the cushion kit number 7209314 to go between the frame mount and the engine cradle mount. A generic layout can be seen in our catalog or if you look on our website under part number 1356852 you will see the engine mount and scrolling down will see the frame mounts and cushion kit.

What power steering pump bracket do you use with this?

1 answers
tommy541
Orlando, FL, USA
March 20, 2013

What power steering pump bracket do you use with this?

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March 21, 2013
Jason
Part number 1356023 consumes the two accessory mount holes above the pan rail where a power steering bracket would normally attach. You would need to use a head mount power steering bracket such as number 91032904 and the newer generation pump such as number 91032906 or in aluminum under numbers 91032927 or 32922 with reservoir. Low flow pumps are also available in this configuration if needed.

WHAT PARTS ARE NEEDED TO MOUNT S/B 350 IN A 1956 CHEVY 150 With a 4 speed manual transmission

1 answers
GRANDSLAM48
Prattsburgh, NY, USA
February 06, 2013

WHAT PARTS ARE NEEDED TO MOUNT S/B 350 IN A 1956 CHEVY 150 With a 4 speed manual transmission

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February 07, 2013
Jason
If using engine mount 1356023 in your 56 Chevy you will also need the frame mounts number 1353298 and the cushion kit number 7209314. Another popular option is number 91018055 which is side mount and allows room at the front of the engine for power steering and the stock mechanical fuel pump if so desired. For the transmission we offer kit number 91628910 to work with the standard GM automatics and 4 speeds.

Hi, I have a 1962 Chev. C10 Pick up with the 6 cyl. mounted at the front under the crank pully. Will this bracket work for installing a SBC in the truck? If yes what all do I have to order for this conversion? Thanks

1 answers
Mike
Canada
October 12, 2011

Hi, I have a 1962 Chev. C10 Pick up with the 6 cyl. mounted at the front under the crank pully. Will this bracket work for installing a SBC in the truck? If yes what all do I have to order for this conversion? Thanks

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October 13, 2011
John
Part # 1356023 This is the front cradle style mount for the small block Chevy V8 and bolts on the block in the 4 holes at front above the pan rail. In addition you will need the cushion kit number 7209314 and the fabrication of the frame mounts for the cushions to rest on. Another option would be the universal weld on motor mounts such as part number 91018031 for the frame and then the use of the OEM style mounts such as part number 91018013. Another option of many more is a weld in motor mount kit such as number 91018040.

I am mounting a chevy 400 S/B into a 2002 ford ranger. It looks like this motor mount will run into my rack and pinion. what is the distance from the bottom holes to the lowest point on the mount?

1 answers
August 27, 2011

I am mounting a chevy 400 S/B into a 2002 ford ranger. It looks like this motor mount will run into my rack and pinion. what is the distance from the bottom holes to the lowest point on the mount?

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August 29, 2011
Jason
From the bottom of bottom hole to lowest point is 4-5/8". From frame mounting hole to lowest point is 6-11/16"
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