SBC 350 Motor Mounts & TH350 Transmission Mount Kit
Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Chevy Inline Six, Chevy 90-Degree V6, TH350, Painted
- Save your hard earned money and spending less time shopping and more time building your dreams with our SBC/GM Transmission Rubber Mount Kit
- This includes (2) Speedway 3-Bolt Chevy Rubber Motor Mount for 90 degree V6 & SB/Big Block V8 and a 1958-82 GM transmission rubber mount cushion
- These 3-bolt Chevy rubber motor mounts are made to meet or exceed OEM specifications for 1958-73 Chevy passenger cars with Small Block V8
- OEM-style rubber transmission cushion for many 1958-82 GM transmissions including TH350 auto, Muncie, Saginaw, and others
- These rubber mounts are constructed of a formulated rubber material that provides abrasion resistance and aging stability to ensure maximum life
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Save some of your hard earned cash, spend less time shopping for parts and more time building your dreams with our convenient SBC/GM Transmission Rubber Mount Kit from Speedway Motors!
- (2) Speedway 3-Bolt Chevy Rubber Motor Mounts for 90 Degree V6, SB/Big Block V8
- (1) Speedway 1958-82 GM Transmission Rubber Mount Cushion
Speedway 3-Bolt Chevy Rubber Motor Mounts for 90 Degree V6, SB/Big Block V8
These 3-bolt S/B Chevy rubber motor mounts are manufactured to meet or exceed OEM specifications. Fits most 1958-73 Chevy passenger cars with small block V8. Sold as a pair.
- Unique rubber formula provides good abrasion resistance and aging stability
- Ensures maximum life and performance
- Application-specific Durometer (hardness) based on engine weight & torque
- Special Chemlock® bonding agent ensures superior rubber-to-metal bond
- Bushing Material: Rubber
- Overall Length: 4.30"
- Overall Width: 4.55"
- Overall Height: 2.13"
- Center to Center: 3.50"
Speedway 1958-82 GM Transmission Rubber Mount Cushion
OEM-style rubber transmission cushion for many '58-'82 GM transmissions including TH350 auto, Muncie, Saginaw, and others.
- Meets or exceeds OEM specifications
- Rubber formulation provides abrasion resistance and aging stability
- Tough, hardened steel plate & inserts
- Chemlock® bonding agent ensures superior rubber-to-metal bond
- Overall Length: 4.75"
- Overall Width: 2.25"
- Overall Height: 1.75"
- Centerline of Holes: 3.75"
- Material Type: Rubber
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
3-Bolt Chevy Rubber Motor Mounts for 90 Degree V6, SB/Big Block V8Part # 91018012Qty x 1
Speedway 1958-82 GM Transmission Rubber Mount CushionPart # 91018016Qty x 1
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