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Old 03-20-2014, 02:13 PM
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I did call joe today and he said in the manual it states how to do this. Well not my mannual . I have a a&c kit with a 67 428 pi motor. Also have there headers and tko 3550, Looking to find the best way to drop in the motor and agiln it.
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I am also in the process of building an A&C kit and I installed the engine mounts and the frame mounts on the engine and lowered it into the frame. I changed the mounts from the ones in the assembly manual to ones that lower the engine enough to close the hood without hitting valve cover. This worked for me but others will chime in
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you have a part number on the mounts?
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If I remember correctly you measure 22" from the front frame bar to the center of #2 and 3 cylinder. Send me a pm with you fax and I will fax you the page from the manual...
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Thanks guys I found it under the body portion of the manual. I was looking under the chassis. Pretty stright forward
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AHH Yes! The Manual.
Has it changed since 2000?
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still need to adjust and mount the bell housing and tranny.
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