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Old 06-29-2005, 10:01   #1 (permalink)
Fred of AZ
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1965 Early Style Motor Mount Brackets Needed

Hi:

I'm in search of the two "L" shaped brackets for a 65 Mustang with the
289 engine. They are the brackets between the steel/rubber insulators
that bolt onto the engine, and the bracket housing which is mounted on
the subframe at the bottom of the shocktower. If anyone has a
location where I can buy these, or have a couple that are just
gathering dust on a shelf, let me know!

Fred of AZ
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Old 06-29-2005, 20:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 1965 Early Style Motor Mount Brackets Needed


"Fred of AZ" <Lee.Fredrickson@nospamstarband.net> wrote in message
news:tri5c1l5g5etunk9jp4o5mvb3p0nukv68j@4ax.com...
> Hi:
>
> I'm in search of the two "L" shaped brackets for a 65 Mustang with the
> 289 engine.


Why would you want the earlier weaker version?
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Scott W.
'66 HCS Mustang 289
'68 Ranchero 500 302
'69 Mustang Sportsroof 351W
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Old 06-29-2005, 23:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 1965 Early Style Motor Mount Brackets Needed

For a couple of reasons....the main being that I already have the
insulators that attach to the engine block and the bracket housings
which are attached to the subframe near the shock towers.

I recently pulled the engine and transmission to rebuild the trans
and re-seal the engine. However, in all the mayhem that accompanies
such an undertaking, I have either mis-placed or lost the two L shaped
brackets.

Now, they may be the earlier, "weaker" versions, but I have owned the
vehicle since June, 1980, and this is the first time one of them has
been broken.

I really don't want to go out and spend the extra cash for a complete
set of engine mounts when all I'm missing are two small, but
important, parts.

Fred of AZ



On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 20:05:02 -0600, "66 6F HCS"
<92bottledance_spammit_@comcast.net> wrote:

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>"Fred of AZ" <Lee.Fredrickson@nospamstarband.net> wrote in message
>news:tri5c1l5g5etunk9jp4o5mvb3p0nukv68j@4ax.com...
>> Hi:
>>
>> I'm in search of the two "L" shaped brackets for a 65 Mustang with the
>> 289 engine.

>
>Why would you want the earlier weaker version?


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Old 06-30-2005, 18:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 1965 Early Style Motor Mount Brackets Needed


"Fred of AZ" <Lee.Fredrickson@nospamstarband.net> wrote
> I really don't want to go out and spend the extra cash for a complete
> set of engine mounts when all I'm missing are two small, but
> important, parts.


But motor mounts aren't THAT expensive, plus you can have better built in
reliability and strength. Just my .02.
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Scott W.
'66 HCS Mustang 289
'68 Ranchero 500 302
'69 Mustang Sportsroof 351W
ThunderSnake #57
http://home.comcast.net/~vanguard92/


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