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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Aug 5th, 03, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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I have a heck of a time getting my Hooker supercomps in and out. If I were to go with big block mounts and moved the motor over an inch it seems like it would free up lots of room. Anyone do this for this reason??

69 Camaro
491/AFR 315'S/Straub hyd roller
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Aug 5th, 03, 02:33 PM
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Check David Pozzi's site b/c I think he has this stuff on it!! And I have posted it if you want to look for it..

And yes, the BB frame mounts are different then the SB frame mounts and there has also been made four different rubber, motor mounts!!

So to save yourself a lot of fitment grief, go with what your car/motor combination needs to be stock!! I did just to keep from having header fit problems.. pdq67

PS., and the BB sits over on the trans X-member about an inch, to the pass. side, too if I recall. It's all here if you want to search for it!!

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