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Big Block Ford Current Big Block Motor Mount
Big Block Ford Current Big Block Motor Mount

Big Block Ford Current Big Block Motor Mount

429 Ford Big Block V8, 460 Ford Big Block V8, Crossmember Motor Mount Type, Powder Coated

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Big Block Ford Current Big Block Motor Mount
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Motor Mount Type:
Crossmember
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Weld-on/Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Steel
Mount Finish:
Powder Coated
Color:
Black
Bushing Included:
No
Tube O.D.:
1.50"
Center to Center:
17.25"
MFG. Part #:
7209313
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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. Black powder coat finish.

Note:  Must be used in conjunction with rubber engine mount # 910-18001-side

720-9313 Instructions (PDF)

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!

Specs

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

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