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11-11-2002 03:46 PM stfinney, all 52 chevys were 6-cyl.
11-10-2002 07:10 PM
stfinney What engine was in it before? I think most Chevy SB's have the same motor mount. So, if you had a small block in it before, it should bolt up to the same holes. I'm not 100% sure, but I am sure someone will correct me if I am wrong!
11-10-2002 06:35 PM
350 placement

Iam putting a 350 chev into my 52 chev.I have the body off the chassis at the moment and would like to know the correct measerment to place the engine mounts .Knowing my luck when Iput the body back on the dizzy would hit the firewall.So any help would be of graet help ,trans is TH350.

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