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Stock 351C Rubber Motor Mount, Right
Stock 351C Rubber Motor Mount, Right

Stock 351C Rubber Motor Mount, Right

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Stock 351C Rubber Motor Mount, Right
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This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

It’s getting harder and harder to find Ford V8 engine mounts. These high-quality factory-style mounts are available in a three-bolt configuration for 351M and 400M engines.

  • Be sure to check the number of bolt holes!
  • Heavy-duty construction
  • Rubber encapsulated mount ensures durable, vibration-free service
  • Powder coated black finish

 

Ford Engine Tip: We've found a lot of variation in width of Ford blocks. Bolt the cushion to the block first to get proper width measurement. Mounts are not returnable once they've been altered or installed.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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