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Ron Morris Adjustable Engine Mounts

I have a set of Ron Morris adjustable engine mounts for sale. Here is the description from the website:

These RMP Motor Mounts are adjustable from front to rear and side to side
3.5" of front to rear adjustment and 1" of side to side adjustment
This can aid the installation of headers and transmission swaps
Cannot separate due to thru-bolt design
Durable poly urethane bushings isolate engine vibrations,
yet stand up to the torque of your high performance stroker
Zinc plated steel

Applications, 1965-70 Mustangs & 1967-70 Cougars with small block engines, 289, 302, 351W & 351C
Will fit Falcons Too

I installed them on my car because the motor/T5 combo wouldn't work with my stock console. I only used them for about 20 miles of driving, long enough to figure out that motor was junk. The new motor works with stock motor mounts so I don't need them anymore. $150 shipped to the lower 48.


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