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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old Mar 5th, 19, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Power steering pump bracket (rear)

The bracket you are showing must go ON THE FRONT of the motor mount, and not behind it as you are showing in your picture (top, third from left). It is the bracket used for a 327 application using non interlocking motor mounts.

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Re: Power steering pump bracket (rear)

Originally Posted by hotrodbaker View Post
I am working on my 67 350 and found the aftermarket motor mounts won't work with the style bracket with 2 bolts to the motor mount. Is this what you guys call the 327 bracket?

I went with the bracket i think my car came with that has only 1 bolt from the motor mount and 2 in front with the cradle bracket. Also you can see the 2 and 1 grove sandwiched crank pulley on the 8" balancer.

˄˄˄˄ This is the bracket used on 1967-68 Camaros with 327's. Your picture clearly shows that it won't work with an interlocking motor mount.

Back in the early 1970's Chevrolet had a problem with 1960's cars breaking motor mounts. When the drivers side mount would break engine torque would lift the LH side of the engine and the throttle rod would jam open. There were several serious accidents. The high horsepower cars of the late 1960's made the problem worse. Chevrolet had a massive recall campaign to deal with the problem which had the dealers install this cable kit to keep the engines from lifting when a motor mount failed.

Sometime later interlocking motor mounts became available which keeps the engine from lifting when a motor mount separates without the need of the cables.

I wanted the safety of of the interlocking motor mounts so I installed the 302/350 power steering bracket on my 327.


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