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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Dec 25th, 00, 04:27 AM Thread Starter
 
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I'm looking for the correct B/B frame mount GM numbers, drivers and pass. side for a 69 Camaro.
I have some frame mounts but can't find the number in the book. (part # 3945507)
I have the manual but it's only showing the 6-8cly. S/B numbers.

Thanks for a reply, Bob

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Dec 25th, 00, 05:10 AM
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3945507 & 3945508 are the 1969 302/350 brackets. 1969 396/427 brackets are 3980941 & 3980942.

You will also need the T400 crossmember, 3912573. Still available from GM last I heard.
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Thank you William. That was very helpful. The 3945507 I take it is the left side, Drivers.

Bob


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William, If Mobiletools is using a TH350 trans, shouldn't the trans crossmember be the same as the old motor? Of course, I don't know which trans Mobiletools is using and maybe you do, but I sure hope I'm right on the crossmember cause that's what I'm doing.
Incidently, I bought my frame mounts from Classic Camaros. Everyone else was always out of them.
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old Dec 26th, 00, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
 
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I put on the T-400 Trans cross member. The car had a 327 with a power glide. We took out the 327 and put in a little bit bigger motor. I took everything out and off of this car and put back NOS or GM new, or original Z-28 parts(interior items) from a helpful friend in Chicago Ill. He sent me the 69 T-A roof for the car.
Thaks for the help.
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All small-blocks use the same crossmember regardless of trans; there was no sb/T400 in '69. The T400 piece is quite a bit different due to the length of the trans. Also remember big blocks are offset 1" to the right in the chassis; so is the trans. The manual trans bb crossmember differs slightly in appearance but a sb piece can be modified to fit.
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