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This is a 1967 Camaro convertible.
we are replacing the chassis with new body mount bushings. What is the correct torque specifications (in ft. lbs) for the bolts?

Also what motor mounts should we use if we want to swap the engine for a 350 that use to be in a (1971?) twin track Buick skylark?
 

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Not sure if I'm right about this but if it's a chevy engine, I don't think you have to do anything with the motor mounts. If the car already had a small block in it, you should be all set. Don't know about big blocks or straight-6 motor mounts though. They may be in a different position.
 

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As per the assy manual...
Rad Support: 30-50 Ft Lbs
Subframy to Body: 75-95 Ft Lbs

As for the 350 swap....sounds like a buick engine...You'll probably have to make something if it is...

BTW...what is a "twin track"...never heard that one before...
 
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