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1962-1994 Small Block Ford 289-302 Engine Mount
1962-1994 Small Block Ford 289-302 Engine Mount

1962-1994 Small Block Ford 289-302 Engine Mount

260 Ford Small Block V8, 289 Ford Small Block V8, 302 Ford Small Block V8, Steel Mount Material

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1962-1994 Small Block Ford 289-302 Engine Mount
1962-1994 Small Block Ford 289-302 Engine Mount
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Motor Mount Type:
Engine Block Mount
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Steel
Mount Finish:
Zinc Plated
Color:
Natural
Bushing Included:
No
Hardware Included:
Yes
Horizontal Center to Center:
6.50"
MFG. Part #:
1353764
Sold in Quantity:
Pair

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Specially designed brackets to mount your 1962-1994 S/B Ford or Mercury 260-289-302 V8 into almost any chassis. Add one of our frame mount kits and a universal bolt-through cushion kit for a professional installation.

Engine Mounting Guide (GIF)

Small Block Ford Motor Mount Installation Instructions (PDF)

Item Details

260-289-302 Except 1990 Mustang 5.0
6-1/2" from the center of the top bolt hole to the mounting pad.

Notes

This bracket kit requires the use of an electic fuel pump as the bracket when installed, will interfere with a mechanical fuel pump.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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