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Old 05-11-2003, 03:43   #1 (permalink)
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Received a query today from the owner of an EA Brock who needs a rear engine/gearbox mount. He was informed that a non-standard transmission was fitted to the Brocks in which case the part number of the mount would be different. He's seeking any info on the subject.

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I was under the impression that brock only modyfied the suspension and only really added extractors to the engine
at the most maybe a shift kit but as far as I know, the mounts would be the same...anyone know for sure?
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I have never heard anything about this he may have put a shift kit in the autos or a new clutch in the manuals but I don't think he did anything major, but contact HDT they bought all his old stuff & info etc
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Are we talking 5 speed? If so a simple description of the mount area on the box would help. I have no solid info on this model, but it is likely one of 4 choices.
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