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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-15-2012, 05:51 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone sell them for a 64 Falcon?
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Why do you want solid mounts?


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Re: Solid motor mounts

I was wondering the same thing.... BUT to answer the question, I am not for certain, might try some of the well known chassis/conversion guys.....

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Because I went through 3 lefts and 2 rights this year. Last trip to the drags I broke both going into 3rd gear. Had to drive 120 miles home with my clutch unable to disengage.
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Captured mounts and hydro clutch for the win.

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I realize this now. I think we went over this in another thread. I got the Anchor p/n's for the captured mounts. Someone said they sit higher but that's ok. I had my motor shimmed 1" up anyways.
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Re: Solid motor mounts

You could do some kind of Turnbuckle to lock it down and keep the rubber mounts.

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