CP-1109 Small Block Chevy V8 Motor Mount Kit for 1949-1954 Chevy
for use with with original front suspension
CP-1109 SBC Mount Kit includes:
- bolt on frame adapters
- Chassis Engineering engine mounts
- Thru Bolt Cushion set
These motor mounts fit the following engines:
- Chevy V8, 1958-up : Chevy 283, Chevy 302, Chevy 307, Chevy 327, Chevy 350, Chevy 400 CI Small Block
- Chevy V6 with the distributor at rear
Small Block Chevy Motor Mount Kit Variants:
- CP-1109 small block Chevy motor mount kit for 1949-1954 Chevy with original suspension, link
- CP-1109G small block Chevy motor mount kit for 1949-1954 Chevy with Chassis Engineering Mustang II IFS Suspension, link
- CP-1109PM small block Chevy motor mount kit for 1949-1954 Chevy with other (non-Chassis Engineering) Mustang II IFS Suspension, link
Easy to install use this kit with original front suspension. Weld on kits include adapters, mounts, Thru bolt cushion sets, and instructions.
Chassis Engineering Installation Instructions for SBC Motor Mount Kit for 1949-1954 Chevy
1. Remove original engine, transmission and rear end. Remove transmission cover in floor for access.
2. Cut the two braces from inside of frame rails that interfere with engine mounting. As you progress, you will find other odd pieces that will need to be removed/trimmed for clearance and fit.
3. (Engine Mounting) Slip both the frame adapters over the frame and locate as shown below.
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This is a great product, used it on my old 41 chevy and purchased it again for my 53 2dr Ht. I was not able to bolt them in the top holes as they were too close to the top of the frame rails and the measurements were too close to the body/firewall supports per the instructions. I welded them in at 15" instead of the suggested 16" 13/16s. These may work better on a 2dr and 4 dr sedan better than the hardtop or convertable. Still and awesome product though!
This kit locates the SB exactly right. It's BOLT IN.
Not for Mustang II.
I've used several of these over the years.
Also used the bolt in Mustang II cross member in a '49 pickup. Other than getting tired of drilling holes, the kit worked FLAWLESSLY.
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Easiest kit on the market, fair price.