Ford C4-Ford C6 Transmission Cushions
C4, C6, 6.90" Overall Length, 2.65" Overall Width, 3.00" Overall Height, 10mm-1.5 Thread Pitch
- The studs on the Ford C4 or Ford C6 tranny mount are 10mm x 1.5 thread
- Replacement mount that fits most Fords and is not uncommon
- For Ford C4 and Ford C6 application
- The slots in the crossmember will require a little grinding to use this mount
The studs on the Ford C4 or Ford C6 tranny mount are 10mm x 1.5 thread. It is a standard replacement mount that fits most Fords and is not uncommon, as metric fasteners have been used on domestic vehicles for over 25 years. For Ford C4 and Ford C6 application.
The slots in the crossmember will require a little grinding to use this mount.
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