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Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1248954 Sun Dec 31 2017 09:30 PM
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I have a dimensioned copy of the original metal adapter, how do I attach a copy?

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Ted
1950 Styleline 2-door with 261
1951 Truck 3100 with 235
Re: 292 motor mounts
Thirdtimer #1248955 Sun Dec 31 2017 09:37 PM
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New Guy
The copy is terrible, send me an email address and I will mail you a full size copy.

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1950 Styleline 2-door with 261
1951 Truck 3100 with 235
Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1248962 Sun Dec 31 2017 10:54 PM
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my email: info@kitarakorjaamo.com, thanks very much, and good new year!

rane


Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1249413 Thu Jan 04 2018 01:43 AM
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Posts: 169
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Thirdtimer, I would also Iike a copy of the pattern. Can e-mail to g_i_joe@cox.net, thank you

Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1267866 Sat Jun 02 2018 05:34 AM
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Posts: 106
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Shop Shark
I think the front motor mount is a great idea in that it uses the stock position but are there any concerns with its strength and the amount of stress placed on it with such a high torque engine?


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Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1267878 Sat Jun 02 2018 12:56 PM
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'Bolter
Sucking fans are more efficient than pusher fans; since 292's and their brothers are longer than 235's, etc., in Chevy's, ( GMC do not have this problem) it would be a good idea to move the radiator forward slightly in the core support to be able to use an original fan, give more room for accessories. For additional heat capacity, use a fan shroud, with a rolled edge around the fan, fan blades should be centered in shroud. Holes in shroud should have flaps of some heavy material to open when road air pushes them open-see-VW Rabbit, etc.

Neoprene mount material is readily available in 1" thick by 4" wide by length as snowplow blade material; Florida residents will have to look elsewhere.

Ed.

Last edited by EdPruss; Sat Jun 02 2018 12:59 PM.

'37 GMC T-18 w/ DD 4-53T, RTO-610, 6231 aux., '95 GMC running gear, full disc brakes, power steering, 22.5 wheels and tires.
'47 GMC 1 ton w/ 302, NP-540, 4wd, full width Blazer front axle.
'54 GMC 630 w/ 503 gasser, 5 speed, ex fire truck, shortened WB 4', install 8' bed.
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Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1267904 Sat Jun 02 2018 06:58 PM
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'Bolter
I see you used the Flathead Ford mount cushions which in my opinion are as good as any ever made. I use then for all motor mounts and many transmission mounts. On my straight eight Buick the engine really rocked and rolled with the factory mounts so I welded some extensions to the timing cover mount plate and used the flathead cushions. No more rocking.

[img]https://s22.postimg.cc/noddniei5/Straight_8_a-c_mount_001.jpg[/img]
[img]https://s22.postimg.cc/7dd9ra219/Straight_8_a-c_mount_002.jpg[/img]


Evan
Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1273446 Mon Jul 23 2018 02:25 AM
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I am looking to put a 292 in my 48 3600. I like the idea of the horseshoe front mount, but I am lost on the rear mounts. My 292 has a bell housing with the angled mounts. My current 235 has the flat mounts. I have found pictures of how to notch and weld the 48 cross member to match up to the angled bell housing. I cannot find motor mounts to put between the bell housing and cross member. Any suggestions?


Thanks Jon

Re: 292 motor mounts
Thirdtimer #1404302 Thu Apr 01 2021 10:39 PM
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Thirdtimer: I'm working on getting a 292 set up to install in my 1951 3800. I found this post from several years ago that shows pics and dimensions for a front motor mount. Looks to me like it would be a whole lot simpler and cleaner than the side mounts I have seen in other posts. If you still have this information, I would be obliged if you could send it to me so I can fab one up for my own use. Email is packhousemike@gmail.com Thanks. Mike Jury, North Carolina

Re: 292 motor mounts
mick53 #1404310 Thu Apr 01 2021 11:13 PM
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Thirdtimer hasn’t been around for over 3 years. I doubt you will get a response.


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