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Solid GM Transmission Mount
Solid GM Transmission Mount

Solid GM Transmission Mount

Powerglide, TH350, TH400, 5.50" Overall Length, 2.25" Overall Width, 1.75" Overall Height

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  • Premium heavy-duty steel construction for consistent performance and reliability
  • Direct replacement for the rubber mount used on GM manual, TH-350, TH400 and Powerglide transmissions
  • Overall length 5.50", overall width 2.25", overall height 1.75", thickness .19"
  • Used where typical rubber mount is likely to fail due to flexing
  • Must be used in conjunction with solid motor mounts

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Overall Length:
5.50"
Overall Width:
2.25"
Overall Height:
1.75"
Material Thickness:
.19"
Centerline of Holes:
3.56"
Finish:
Black Oxide
Material Type:
Steel
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Each
MFG. Part #:
7204165
Color:
Black

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This transmission mount is made of steel and is a direct replacement for the rubber mount used on GM manual, TH-350, TH400 and Powerglide transmissions.

Used where typical rubber mount is likely to fail due to flexing. Must be used in conjunction with solid motor mounts.

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

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