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1953-55 Dodge Hemi Engine Mount
1953-55 Dodge Hemi Engine Mount

1953-55 Dodge Hemi Engine Mount

241 Chrysler Hemi V8, 270 Chrysler Hemi V8, Crossmember Motor Mount Type, Steel Mount Material

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1953-55 Dodge Hemi Engine Mount
1953-55 Dodge Hemi Engine Mount
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Motor Mount Type:
Crossmember
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Steel
Mount Finish:
Natural
Color:
Natural
Bushing Included:
No
Hardware Included:
Yes
MFG. Part #:
1355355
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This mount allows you to put a '53-'55 Dodge "Baby" Hemi engine in the chassis of your choice. This mount bolts to the front of your Hemi, you then add a set of our frame mounts or fabricate you own. Put a set of our bolt-thru cushions (at right) in between the two and you are done.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Tim's at it again! This time 'round he finally gets a chance to see what that Red Ram 241 Hemi will look like in his '29 roadster. Since he can't do anything the easy way, he walks us through building a set of custom mounts.
  • Having issues fitting headers into your car/engine? This article provides helpful hints on ways to modify or add parts to make the headers fit in your specific car. Kevin W. explains his build experience with headers.

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