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Old 10-27-2012, 01:41 PM
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Transmission mounts

I purchased A transmission mount, part number 4436 from Midfifty , ccp part # is cp 4136. To mount to my C-4 transmission , in a 1956 F-100. Do I need a transmission pad also? Thanks John
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I purchased A transmission mount, part number 4436 from Midfifty , ccp part # is cp 4136. To mount to my C-4 transmission , in a 1956 F-100. Do I need a transmission pad also? Thanks John
If by pad you mean the rubber and steel piece that goes between the transmission and the mount, yes.
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Thanks, I didn't Know what they looked like.And did not know I needed one. I did pick one up at my local auto parts store . A Parts master transmission mount part number 2253 for a 1966 Ford Fairlane w/ a C-4 tran
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