Hi Carleton, I have had great luck with their stuff..really good quality. Send them tech email or call, they will help you..
I have not used the B block parts, but -----The poly lock idea if available for B block sure beats ripping one mount off the failure prone (with age) rubber bonding . I forget all the details of adapters etc they sell.
I am using mid 70’s spool type 318/360 A block mount on 450”/ 392 going into 300F. I had to weld ears to F frame where B block mounts go, to pick up the through bolt of 70’s mount . Love big through bolt/horizontal spool mount . It cannot break off . Tucks close to block too. Chrysler did too..where they ended up after all the other ways. Differences between 318/360 A blocks , early A blocks not clear ---drove me crazy. One side is kind of mirror image on 360, need 318 mounts for 392...
Recent progress has been very modest on my H restoration, but my ambitions are sky-high for this work season.
I either need to get my ‘floating power’ engine mounts rebuilt (I’m not too keen on the John Hertog rebuild method) or replaced, or use a different style mount.
Has anyone tried the conversion mount available through the source below?
I’m waiting to check again with them, but I think the 62 B-Body B/RB Adaptor Brackets (about 2/3 the way down the page) may be another alternative. The actual ‘insulator’ is simple and readily available. If the rest of the adaptor kit fits and attaches OK it seems like a good alternative approach, if you don’t care about originality.
Thanks for all help,
Eagle River (with just a handful of remaining snow piles around here)
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