Product DescriptionSet of engine mounting brackets for 1966-1970 Mustang with a small block engine. These brackets mount to the frame and provide an attaching point for the motor mount.
Note: Will also fit 1964-1965 with 1966+ style motor mounts.
- Overall Rating: 4 / 5
- 3 Reviews
I would rate these a four, but only because one of the holes on the drivers side mount bracket would not line up when on the car. Five minutes with the drill fixed it. Overall a good product.
i attempted to purchase this as a kit (engine mounts and frame mounts together) but they were on back order. CJ sent me these and then the motor mounts separate a little later. No big deal except that even with no motor attached to the engine mounts the holes on the block mounts and frame mounts were misaligned so badly that I could not pass the coupling pin through the two mounts. I would agree with the other customer that you should get them as a kit or possibly buy more expensive mounts to begin with. Either way, before you attempt to install them make sure you are able to pass that bolt through the two sets of mounts
CJ Pony Parts, along with many other parts houses, does NOT specify a little quirk about Mustang motor mounts and frame brackets. 1967 had a different style motor mount! Be warned. You need to buy your engine brackets AND motor mounts TOGETHER. Don't take the chance, just replace them both as a pair. 1967 Brackets/mounts are hard to come by, so most are actually the 1968 style. My recommendation is if you don't know what you have, look it up and find out. Just be advised.
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By Bill Tumas: We’re here with engine frame brackets for ’65 through ’70 Mustang. These reproductions of the original bracket will allow you to mount a small block V8 engine in any ’65 through ’70 Mustang. They’re designed to use the later ’66 and up motor mounts and also come complete with mounting hardware. These engine frame brackets are an excellent choice to replace your lost or missing brackets. They’re also a requirement if you’re looking to convert your six cylinder Mustang to a V8.