L92 mounting?

Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by CaliCamaro75, Dec 11, 2019.

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    CaliCamaro75 Veteran Member

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    Awesome. That's what I was thinking earlier. An only made one mistake of selling / giving my clam shells away.

    I found my engine mounts in a box of random bolts. Time to clean them up. :bowtie:
     
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    FYI GM made more than one style of clamshell mounts... make sure you get the Camaro mounts not the G body mounts.
     
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    Yes thanks. I'm gonna try to find someone who may have extras. An get the poly inserts also. Thanks for y'all help
     
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    I've got a set for a G body... :) nice ones too. Cleaned painted ready to go. They just won't fit a Camaro.
     
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    The poly inserts are nice. Easy mod, totally settled down all the motion of the factory inserts.
    Be prepared for some wrench yoga bolting the clams back on the subframe.
     
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    Unless you want to remove the lower control arm and then...ALOT easier lol
     
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    Lol already got all my wrench yoga out the way. Car is blown apart and on the rotisserie. I stripped the subframe also. :)
     
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    Good for you. Sounds like it will be nice when done.
     
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    Thanks. I hope it will
     

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