GM Automatic/Manual Transmission Mount Polyurethane Cushion
Muncie 4-Speed, Powerglide, Saginaw 3-Speed, Saginaw 4-Speed, TH350, TH400, Hardware Included
- This heavy duty polyurethane transmission mount is a direct replacement for original GM mounts
- Fits GM manual or automatic transmissions
- Features a built in safety lock to prevent separation
- Slotted mount flange will accommodate 3-3/4" to 4-1/4" transmission bolt spacing
- Studs, nuts, and washers are included to simplify installation
Heavy duty polyurethane replacement for original GM mounts. Features a built-in safety lock to prevent separation. For race or street race use.
Fits "most" GM transmissions having a mount on the tailshaft. The bolt spacing for the tranny mount will accomodate 3-3/4" to 4-1/4" bolt pattern on the transmission. For several applications including Powerglide, TH200, TH250, TH350, TH400, 700R4, and Saginaw, Gorg-Warner, and Muncie transmissions.
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