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Old Nov 8th, 12, 07:12 PM
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Default hooker 2451 & trans mount

So has anyone had a problem with the header tube and the trans mount being in the way? Cut off the flange and about 1/4 of the three inch tube will hit the mount.Energy suspension mounts. Muncie M20.

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Old Nov 8th, 12, 09:00 PM
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You mean the transmission crossmember ?
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Default Re: hooker 2451 & trans mount

Can you snap a picture of one of the motor mounts and frame stands, and a pic of the trans mount or give the measurement of the trans mount height (the rubber or poly block between the trans crossmember and trans)?
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Old Nov 12th, 12, 05:54 PM
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yes
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Old Nov 12th, 12, 06:15 PM
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Default Re: hooker 2451 & trans mount

Here is the motor mount. Trans polly is 1 7/8 inch tall.
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Old Nov 12th, 12, 07:37 PM
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It appears that you have the wrong engine mounts. It looks like you have the "short and wide" (67-68) engine mounts with 1969 302/350 frame mounts. You need the "tall and narrow" 1969 engine mounts.

What year is your car ? What engine was the car born with ?

This should raise the engine and lower the transmission (and hopefully your header collectors).
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Old Nov 12th, 12, 09:17 PM
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Here are two pictures of the energy suspension engine mounts on 1969 302/350 frame mounts (stands).

The red mount is the incorrect "short and wide" engine mount.



The black mount is the correct "tall and narrow" engine mount.

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Old Nov 13th, 12, 11:35 AM
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Here are two pictures of the energy suspension engine mounts on 1969 302/350 frame mounts (stands).

The red mount is the incorrect "short and wide" engine mount.



The black mount is the correct "tall and narrow" engine mount.

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