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front motor mount vendor ?
#1422760 Thu Sep 02 2021 11:07 PM
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Who sells this kit ?

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Re: front motor mount vendor ?
BCLEM #1422763 Thu Sep 02 2021 11:53 PM
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https://www.vintagepartsclub.com/ch...ngine-mount-front-kit-216-235-1937-1955/

Are you asking because they are out of stock?

Vamp Automotive Inc. is the supplier. In Canada. Contact info is very poor. May be out of business. Ebay sellers have some of those parts in your pic.


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Re: front motor mount vendor ?
bartamos #1422785 Fri Sep 03 2021 02:24 AM
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i was finding individual parts in various places but not the whole assembly. i'm surprised there is not a one piece modern replacement for this mess. thanks :-)

Re: front motor mount vendor ?
BCLEM #1422796 Fri Sep 03 2021 06:19 AM
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Jim Carter has the kit, his part #ME534. Be sure to read the mounting instructions in the shop manual in terms of the proper gap. Once you understand how it functions you will understand why it can't be one piece.
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