Speedway 1955-94 SBC Small Block Chevy Engine Cradle Front Motor Mount
Universal Fit, Crossmember Motor Mount Type, Engine Swap Application Compatibility, Zinc Plated
- Engine mount cradle to mount your 1955-1994 Chevy 265-400 small block engine into nearly any chassis
- Includes grade 5 mounting hardware for quick and easy bolt on installation
- Add one of our frame mount kits & a universal bolt-through cushion kit for a pro installation
- Requires the use of an electric fuel pump due to limited clearance for a mechanical fuel pump when using this mount
Specially designed engine mount cradle to mount your 1955-1994 Chevy 265-400 small block into almost any chassis. Includes grade 5 mounting hardware. Add one of our frame mount kits and a universal bolt-through cushion kit (7209314) for a professional installation.
Speedway offers a variety of frame adapters to pair with this motor mount for a wide array of vehicles:
1353298 – 55-57 Chevy Car
1353273 – 49-54 Chevy Car
1353274 – 28-34 Ford
1353312 – 35-40 Ford & Mercury
1353294 – 49-53 Ford & Mercury
1356872 – 53-64 Ford Truck
- Not compatible with mechanical fuel pump
- Also fits 4.3L V6 engine if frame mounts are moved rearward from V8 location
- Will not fit 92-97 LT1 engines
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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