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Unread 04-21-2013, 09:30 AM   #1
bods7
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350 Engine mount question - which one?

My 83 CJ-7 has had the Chevy 350 crate motor for 12 years. I got in accident and need to replace motor mounts. I can't remember the manufacturer from all that time ago. I bought new motor mounts but they are not the same as my current mounts. I can't use new mounts because they move the motor back and I do not have any room to spare on my firewall. It will his the distributor cap if it goes back any further
Hopefull attached is a photo of the same side mount, old and new. You will see where the mount bolts to engine and where the corresponding mount to the frame is in different location.

I think I may need Advanced adapters 713088 kit but do not want to buy another mount kit until I know it is correct.

Has anyone had this issue?
Does anyone have pictures of 713088 kit so I can take a see what I am buying?

Thank you
Ryan

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Unread 04-29-2013, 09:00 AM   #2
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Engine mount - Brand?

Anyone seen a Conversion motor mount that looks like this one. The one on the left in the picture.

I just need to know the brand to buy another set. This is holding up getting my Jeep back on the road!!!
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Unread 04-30-2013, 11:31 PM   #3
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I have never seen one like that, all of them I have seen were like picture on the right. Another option would be to have a welding or fab shop make them or DIY. It shouldn't be too costly to have that done.
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