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Old March 5th, 2007, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default Need a set of V-8 engine mounts

I am going to swap a 360 into my 82 CJ-7 and need a set of engine mounts for a V-8. If you have a set for sale please let me know.
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Which motor mounts???

Do you need the weld in frame mounts? or do you need the steel pieces that bolt to the block?

if it's the latter I have several sets.
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CJ frame mounts are bolt-in, not weld-in. He needs it all to bolt-in a V8 - the frame mounts, motor mounts, and block mounts. The block mounts are not the same as FSJ.
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CJ frame mounts are bolt-in, not weld-in. He needs it all to bolt-in a V8 - the frame mounts, motor mounts, and block mounts. The block mounts are not the same as FSJ.
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I have a set of block mounts. Might have the frame ones also but I have to check and make sure. Even though they are bolt in you may have a problem bolting them into a 82 or newer cj.
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No, he won't. The pattern of 6 bolt holes remained on each frame rail until the end.
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