Early style GM engine mounts for many 1966 – 1973 models. See application list below.
Sold individually; two required per engine. Also available in red under part number 3.1117R.
This is the early style “tall and narrow” motor mount that measures 2 3/8 in. between the ears and 2 3/16 in. tall to the center of the through bolt hole. Must have narrow type frame brackets to use these mounts.
A true performance application component for cars, trucks, hot rods and racing/competition vehicles – yet designed to be also used for street vehicles. Soft-running enough to absorb vibrations for street use yet rugged for racing use. When required- a torque resistant safety interlock design is used that is comparable in strength to those too hard-running metal mounts. Replaces the original, short lived and typically too-soft rubber mounts and outdates those hard-running metal motor mounts. The popular early style mounts for General Motors vehicles are available in either zinc or chrome metal finishes. Made of Hyper-Flex performance polyurethane.
Benefits of polyurethane include:
- Resistant to under vehicle fluids such as: oils, coolants, road contaminants, etc.
- Gains Both Performance And Longevity
- Will Handle Any And All Torque
- Out Lasts Rubber
|1966-1972||Chevrolet Bel Air|
|1968||Chevrolet Chevy II|
|1968-1973||Chevrolet El Camino|
|1970-1973||Chevrolet Monte Carlo|