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1949-1953 Ford Replacement Motor Mounts for V8 Flathead
1949-1953 Ford Replacement Motor Mounts for V8 Flathead

1949-1953 Ford Replacement Motor Mounts for V8 Flathead

Engine Block Mount Motor Mount Type, Stock/OEM Application Compatibility

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1949-1953 Ford Replacement Motor Mounts for V8 Flathead
1949-1953 Ford Replacement Motor Mounts for V8 Flathead
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Motor Mount Type:
Engine Block Mount
Application Compatibility:
Stock/OEM
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Color:
Black
MFG. Part #:
91018025
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It would be foolish not to replace those 60+ year old motor mounts. Replace them with these new mounts, designed to fit 1949-53 Fords. Set of two mounts for V8 Flathead. Fits: Victoria, Woody, Woodie, Convertible, Crestliner, Coupe, 2 door sedan, 4 door, tudor, fordor and Country squire with flathead V-8.

  • 1949-53 Ford V-8 Flathead
  • OEM replacement
  • Set of two

Flathead V8 Engine Motor Mounts Installation Instructions (pdf)

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