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06-03-2004 09:32 AM
k2mooch If you're worried about it sliding around in the long holes, you could weld up the old holes and cut new ones to be little more snug.

06-03-2004 06:26 AM
troy-curt Like AKM said, just adjust the holes.

Also this should have been posted in the transmission-rearend forum;


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06-02-2004 10:09 PM
akm i would just elongate them like you said.
06-02-2004 09:54 PM
Transmission mount

What a great resource! I'm building a 32 Ford roadster and I'm in a jam. 350 small block Chevy with a TH350 behind. The tranny mount is about 1/8 maybe 3/16 from lining up with the 2 frame pre-drilled mounting holes. Am considering just elogating the 2 mounting holes. Anything else I can do? Motor mounts are welded and not going forward. Thank you in advance for any advice.

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