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3.2 engine mount

I picked up a 3.2 engine that a guy was originally planning on putting into a 914. I ended up with this engine mount. Does anyone know about what these go for? Are they used on all the 6 cylinder engines?


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That is the weld in version and Jim also sells a bolt in model that I used for my conversion. I would suggest using a bolt or two through both panels of sheetmetal on each side as a safety measure since the lower firewall where that welds onto is a very rust prone area. We welded mine after all was done but left the bolts in. A nice advantage is that the engine can easily be tilted by lowering the trans to work on things such as the fan belt, etc.
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