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1965-1994 Big Block Chevy 396-454 Engine Mount
1965-1994 Big Block Chevy 396-454 Engine Mount

1965-1994 Big Block Chevy 396-454 Engine Mount

Chevy Big Block V8, Crossmember Motor Mount Type, Engine Swap Application Compatibility

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1965-1994 Big Block Chevy 396-454 Engine Mount
1965-1994 Big Block Chevy 396-454 Engine Mount
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Motor Mount Type:
Crossmember
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Steel
Mount Finish:
Zinc Plated
Color:
Natural
Bushing Included:
No
Hardware Included:
Yes
Overall Width:
21.69"
Overall Height:
8.19"
Horizontal Center to Center:
20.19"
MFG. Part #:
1356852
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Specially designed engine mount cradle to mount your 1965-1994 Chevy 396-454 Big 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.

135-6852 Instructions (PDF)

Specs

  • Overall Width:  21-11/16"
  • Overall Height:  8-3/16"
  • Center to center cushion mount hole is 20-3/16"
  • Mount hole slot is 1-7/8" long
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