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Old 10-27-2012, 04:22 PM
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Question what is all the mounting hardware needed to mount a 223 inline 6

i currently have a 1957 f100, the engine is sitting in the bed of the truck.....i need to put it in but i was told that there is a front mount that is almost like a cradle on the front of the engine, i saw this on a 1959 the guy had, but he had a v8, it looked like it connected to the bottom of the engine then went forward and connected to the frame i think. please tell me everything needed to mount my engine so i know.
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You can save yourself a lot of grief by getting the shop manual and the master parts catalog for your truck!

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Here's a link to pics of what you need on an old thread.

http://business.illinois.edu/mwc/ima...ine_mounts.gif


http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/30...s-223-6-a.html

You can see all this kind of stuff in the manuals!
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I have had a hard time finding this part, any idea where to get the front mount.
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I have had a hard time finding this part, any idea where to get the front mount.
Are you referring to the steel legs or the rubber mounts?
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The steel legs, the rubber ones ive found evrywhere
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Don't have any around that I recall, definately a good junkyard item. You could ask THartman, the fella that offered you all the other parts in your other thread.
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Thanks for your help
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front mount

hcole125,

i've got one all painted up and ready to go. it's from my '60 restoration project but i ended up going with a y-block. pm me and i'll ship it to you as long as post office costs aren't going to break me.

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