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These aren't motor mounts, but they attach to them.. If someone can fill me in on the proper ID for these much appreciated.
These are the engine mount brackets (perches-stands) for a 1964/65 T-Bird.
C5SZ-6028-A .. Right Engine Mount Bracket / C5SZ-6029-A .. Left Engine Mount Bracket.
Additional parts needed to install the FE engine in a 1964/65 T-Bird.
C4SZ-6038-C .. Right Motor Mount / C4SZ-6038-D .. Left Motor Mount / These mounts are steel & rubber.
Installation. The motor mounts bolt to the block with two bolts per side (7/16" -14 x 7/8").
The stud of these mounts attaches to the engine perches which then bolt to a bracket that is welded to the crossmember.
On the left side there is an additional (L shaped) bracket that acted as a shield (C4SZ-6035-A).
Bob, these perches won't work on 1965/66 F100/250's with a 352 or any other engine. They are turkeybird only.
The trucks use different engine mounts and perches. I have the parts catalog illustration for both car & truck. If you'd like to drive up to Hacienda Heights and take a look, lemme know.
Bill // Retired Ford Parts Manager // SoCal Chapter member // Part Number Research: 1928/2001 FoMoCo vehicles.
"Bob, these perches won't work on 1965/66 F100/250's with a 352 or any other engine. They are turkeybird only."
yep clear on that Bill, I'm ebaying off junk that is leftover and just wanted o have me details in oredr.. Thank you sir!! Very helpful info
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