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Chevy to 1955-1959 Chevy Pickup Motor Mounts
Chevy to 1955-1959 Chevy Pickup Motor Mounts

Chevy to 1955-1959 Chevy Pickup Motor Mounts

Chevy Small Block V8, Frame & Block Mounts Motor Mount Type, Bolt-on Attachment Style, Painted

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Chevy to 1955-1959 Chevy Pickup Motor Mounts
Chevy to 1955-1959 Chevy Pickup Motor Mounts
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Motor Mount Type:
Frame & Block Mounts
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Steel
Mount Finish:
Painted
Color:
Black
Bushing Included:
Yes
Hardware Included:
Yes
Max. Mounting Distance:
26.00"
Min. Mounting Distance:
18.00"
Mounting Plate Length:
5.25"
Mounting Plate Width:
4.00"
Material Thickness:
.19"
Hole Diameter:
.56"
MFG. Part #:
7204771
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Chevy V8s into 1955-1959 Chevy pickup & panel trucks. Plates bolt in.

One mount kit has enough brackets, cushions, bolts and hardware to do both sides of the engine.

1955-1959 Chevy Motor Mount Installation Instructions (pdf)

Application

This kit is universal in nature and can be modified to use in many applications besides Chevy pick-ups.

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Notes

One kit will do both sides of the engine. Will not work properly on a Chevy picking using a Mustang II front suspension.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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