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Old 01-05-2006, 08:07 PM
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Motor Mount Mystery

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I believe they are for a big block Chevy, but I'm not sure if they are for the frame side mount or block side mount.

I got them in a box of auction stuff.

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those are typically called the "cup" it goes on the block the one looks like it might be bent the left one



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They look like they could be small block mounts. They mount on the block. I always thought they fit either side.

I'm not familiar with big block stuff.
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But they are for a big block bowtie, right?
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These are small block mounts.
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big block and small block in CHEVY motor used the same CLAM SHELL mount.

the only thing you might run into is there are taller ones for truck and shorter ones for cars. i ran into this myself

if there is a diffrent then i been using the wrong mounts all this time.
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as far as I knowthe 'clam' or "cup' is the same there are all kinds of towers and spacers for van & car & truck appliations .

and the "pad's are all the same too ...as far as I know


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If I'm not mistaken, these look like 1988-98 Chevy/GMC fullsize truck motor mounts (Big or Small block). This bolts to the block and the vulcanized rubber mount bolted to it and the crossmember.
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they go farther back.
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early 70"s like

1974?


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That style of mount came out in about 73................Big Block and Small block Chevy mounts are the same.

Before that style, big block mounts where a little narrower, but could be used on a small block.
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I have a set of those too

Mine came off a 77 Impala wagon frame.


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