Re: [GFS] Engine mounts
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Re: [GFS] Engine mounts



Dear Glenn,
 
Well-- I dont have a Fury to lift me hood and look at-- nor am I that knowledged with engines.  But I do have a service manual for 57/58 Plymouths.  And according to the book-- for V8 engines it says "Spool type front engine mounts, used on V-8 engines, consist of a cylinder of rubber encased inside and out.  The rubber is not bonded to either shell, but is free to move withing the confines of the steel shells.  Right and left mounts are not interchangeable."  Then it makes mention of rear engine mounts but it doesnt say whether its V8 or 6 cylinder-- so maybe its supposed to have both? But as I said before- Im not knowledgeable with engines-- so I gave you the information from the book-- hopefully it helps.
 
 
Douglas

Glenn Barratt <FURY@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
He team.
I have two running 318s, one with the engine mount bracket installed behind the engine block flange,
and one with the engine mount bracket installed in front of the engine block flange.
Which is correct?
I am trying to make correct a setup made up of all original components, but I do not have an
original setup to copy from. And since my old setup consisted of a 318 out of a 62 Dodge, 727 trans,
handbrake style rear end and who knows what driveshaft...anything is possible. I am guessing that
this old Mickey Mouse setup was mounted incorrectly.
Gentlemen-lift your hoods.
Glenn.
57 Plymouth Fury.



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