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help with motor mount's and tran's mount's

im new to hot roding need help with making mount's puting a ford 302 with c6 aod in 1951 ford f3 truck but need all the help i can git now to make them how long on ea side of Eng and frame and for tran's too can use all the help and pattern's you can give me money is tight for me, help pic's will help too thanks
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Now that is a "run on" sentence, it would help us to read your request if you would use a period or comma at the appropriate spot. What you are trying to accomplish is called "Hot Rodding" and it requires some fabrication work. If you can't find a commercially built kit (hate that word) that's a bolt in then you will have to do it the old fashion way.

The best way is to remove the front fenders, radiator and anything else that may get in the way and drop the engine and trans into the engine bay. You will need an engine hoist/cherry picker, a rolling floor jack would also be nice and some big and small blocks of wood (maybe). Have a buddy handy to help locate the engine/trans. in the best location .... and then you fabricate your mounts out of steel stock, plate or tubing...up to you. Take a look at available mounts for other applications to give you an idea of whats needed.
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here are some motor mounts to give you some ideas

http://www.welderseries.com/blog/onl...ber-insulated/

also some trans mount pieces (but I dont know if they will help)

http://www.welderseries.com/blog/onl...on-mount-kits/

there is a lot of stuff on this site, that will get creative juices flowing
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thanks for the good information

thanks you for the information. got some new idea's now and more place's to look for help
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Speedway motors has a universal set of mounts for that. they are fairly simple to make and do not coat all that much..

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