308 ENGINE ANCHORS: cannot move forward on mounts

RichardDRichardD Member
edited May 19 in HUDSON Posts: 442

I photo document any project I have on the '53 Hornet so here is another. I installed power brakes on the car last month and they work so good that I became concerned about the fan touching my aluminum radiator, even tho engine mounts are 'new'. Here is what I came up with if anyone is curious. Regardless, I haven't seen this subject here before~~~~

19 photos/comments>>>  https://goo.gl/photos/s6EuVsHkpgUC3Dbd7

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Comments

  • Ol racerOl racer Senior Contributor
    edited May 13 Posts: 2,301
    Very Nice and Very wise of you to fabricate a hold back System because the motor will slide forward upon impact with the original thin front engine plate. My old Stock car had a 5/8" rod connected diagonally from the frame up to the rear head bolts because of the motor sliding forward a few times. (Incidently, I clicked on your photo Link and have to say your Hudson looks as nice underneath as it does top side snd seen a lot of other nice Modifications).
  • RichardDRichardD Member
    Posts: 442
    Thanks for the roses. Haven't thought about the front engine plate, but it is thin and could flex. Did subsequently modify the rear mounts; left one by isolation rubber hose and 1/4" rubber gasket on rear; now left rod is totally isolated, front and rear. Only put a 1/4"rubber disk on the right rear side; no room for anything else.
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