Anyone have a picture of motor mount on frame?

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Tony1968

Not-quite-so-new-guy
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Just trying to figure out what holes to use and if any need to be added. Using Holley stuff

Thanks
 
Bonnewagon

Bonnewagon

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There are several sets of holes for the various motors offered in the various car lines. Stock motor goes in the stock mount holes provided. But when changing motors you may get lucky and be able to use some of the others. If not then you must make your own. In that case a bare short block is useful to lay in place and mark the frame for what you need.
 
Wraith

Wraith

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Pic of my passenger side, the bottoms will have to be drilled, I believe it says that in the instructions somewhere.

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Tony1968

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Thanks guys. Just saw this. Appreciate it
 
nawlins-tim

nawlins-tim

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The instructions Holley provides has pictures to help place their motor mounting system.
 
Northernregal

Northernregal

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Mine bolted into existing holes. 1987 Buick that had a 305 in it. The instructions are pretty good explaining it.
 

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