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post #1 of 4 Old 05-01-2002, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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motor mount adaptor kits for LT1?

I just bout a ton of LT1 parts that I am going to put in my wrangler and I knowo that I am going to have to get new motor mounts and I was wondering if anyone knew of a place or web site that could help me out with a LT1 conversion for a wrangler, I can do it I could just move faster with some help, thanks!!!!


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man good damn luck. my buddy had a hella time trying to find mounts to fit his jeep. ill ask him what he finnaly did and get back to ya...

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Easy one:
<a href="http://www.mountainoffroad.com/catalog/BombProof%20MM/bombproof.htm" target="_blank">M.O.R.E.</a>

They are sorta pricey but the quality is top notch. I run their mounts to keep my 360 positioned in my CJ7.

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Thanks for the info, I have allot of things that I can do and many little projects and putting the engine in first doesn't have to be the first, I am not going to hook up everything and find out that the motor mounts are off 1/2 and inch, just going to try and to it right the first time, I will check out the M.O.R.E., might be worth my time, thanks

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