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CPP 6372MP-SM 1963-72 Chevy C10 Truck Engine Mount
CPP 6372MP-SM 1963-72 Chevy C10 Truck Engine Mount

CPP 6372MP-SM 1963-72 Chevy C10 Truck Engine Mount

Frame Pad/Mount Motor Mount Type, Engine Swap Application Compatibility, Steel Mount Material

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CPP 6372MP-SM 1963-72 Chevy C10 Truck Engine Mount
CPP 6372MP-SM 1963-72 Chevy C10 Truck Engine Mount
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Motor Mount Type:
Frame Pad/Mount
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Steel
Color:
Black
Bushing Included:
No
Bracket Included:
Yes
Bracket Material:
Steel
Bracket Finish:
Black
MFG. Part #:
6372MP-SM
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Pair

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6372MP-SM Sheet Metal Engine Mount.

1963-72 Small Block and LS1 V8 Engine Mount

Installation Instructions

Application

For 1963-72 C10 2-wheel drive Chevy p/u application.  

Note: This is not applicable to the Chevy K10 4-wheel drive chassis application.

Notes

The original rubber engine mounts will need to be changed to the 1959-1970 passenger car.  This bracket will mount a LS1 engine when used with CPP engine mount adapters.

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

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