Hooker 71221006HKR Engine Mount Brackets, 1968-72 A-Body, Position A
Chevy LS V8, Engine Block Mount Motor Mount Type, Engine Swap Application Compatibility
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These HOOKER engine swap mounting brackets facilitate the installation of an 1997-2013 GM LS motor into a 1968-72 A-Body as part of your LS swap project. This mounting bracket kit is part of the most comprehensively engineered system of mounting components, headers and exhaust systems available for this application. The entire HOOKER swap system is designed to decrease your total swap installation effort and cost, while increasing the engineered quality of your vehicle and compatibility of these components with other popular aftermarket components.
** Please read the provided instructions thoroughly before attempting installation.
1968-72 A-Body LS Swap Engine Mounting Bracket Kit- Forward Position
- Plate steel construction-provides a durable cost-effective LS engine mounting solution
- Provides optimized U-joint angles for vehicles with stock to moderately lowered suspension ride heights
- Bolt-in compatible for use with the factory A/C evaporator housing assembly
- Allows for installation of 4th-gen F-body T56/ T56 Magnum transmission with greatly reduced floor modification requirements; requires use of a Hooker 71222007HKR transmission crossmember (coming soon)
- Allows bolt-in installation of a GM TH350, TH400, 200R4 or 4L60-4L70 transmission using a stock 1968-72 Chevelle transmission crossmember, or a 4L60-4L70 or 4L80/4L85 transmission using a Hooker 71222007HKR crossmember
- Broad accessory drive compatibility- allows the use Holley or stock Corvette, truck, F-body or GTO accessory drive systems (some stock FEAD component exclusions apply)
- Provides best-available clearance for installation of low-mount A/C compressor
- Holley 302-2 oil pan compatible- provides for easy bolt-in installation process and clearance for steering tie rod ends
- Dual rubber/poly mount compatibility- allows use of 4th-gen F-body factory rubber mounts, or aftermarket poly replacement inserts
- Clear Zinc plated finish- provides attractive corrosion-resistant appearance
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