Let's talk mounts for a 68 camaro

76z28

Veteran Member
Jun 29, 2009
2,541
bakersfield
So, I came across the dirty dingo and holley mounts that I am interested in.
My concerns:
I want to keep the th350 right where it currently is as if I slide it forward I am concerned with the driveshaft length being compromised(new aluminum driveshaft)


What is everyone using? I do like the holley mounts, but I want to essentially bolt it in without moving the transmission forward or rearward. I am okay with changing to the later style mounts as long as it doesn't excessively change where the bell housing lands so I can bolt the transmission up without any issues.
 

73Z L92

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Jan 25, 2011
473
Carlos, MN
When we did a LS swap on my buddies 71 Nova he had a problem with the either the steering/pitman arm or the drag link hitting a 2002 Fbody oil pan. Had to get different steering/pitman arms to make it fit. Nova's and Camaro of that era are the same front end wise. Just FYI.
 

76z28

Veteran Member
Jun 29, 2009
2,541
bakersfield
When we did a LS swap on my buddies 71 Nova he had a problem with the either the steering/pitman arm or the drag link hitting a 2002 Fbody oil pan. Had to get different steering/pitman arms to make it fit. Nova's and Camaro of that era are the same front end wise. Just FYI.
I will be using a holley pan(302-2 or 3). The F-body pan is known to hit the steering parts.
 




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