Big Block Ford Current Big Block Motor Mount
Universal Fit, Crossmember Motor Mount Type, Engine Swap Application Compatibility
- Mounts '69-up 429 and 460 engines in most frames from 28"-38" wide
- Just trim to width and either weld it directly to frame or to the 3-hole flanges (included) for bolt-in convenience
Mounts 1969-up 429 and 460 engines in most frames from 28"-38" wide. Just trim to width and either weld it directly to frame or to the 3 hole flanges (included) for bolt-in convenience.
Note: Must be used in conjunction with rubber engine mount # 910-18001-side
NOTE: We've found a lot of variation in width of Ford blocks. Bolt the cushion to the block first to get proper width measurement. Mounts are not returnable once they've been altered or installed!
- Center to center of slotted motor mount plate hole is 17-1/4"
- Slotted 1-1/8" for an adjustment range of 17" to 17-1/2"
- Plate angles at approximately 70 degrees
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