Chevy Small Block into S10/Blazer 2WD
- For installing a Small Block Chevy V8 into a 1982-04 2WD S-10 or S15, using a TH350 or 700R4 Automatic Transmission
- Bolts To Factory 2.8 L V6 Motor Mount Perches
- (1) 9926 Pair of Engine Mount Brackets
- (6) HDW366 3/8 in.-16 x 1 in. Grade 8 Hex Head Bolts
- (6) HDW321 3/8 in. Lock Washers
- (2) HDW969 7/16 in.-14 x 5 in. Grade 8 Hex Bolts
- (2) HDW421 7/16 in. Flat Washers
- (2) HDW422 7/16 in. Lock Washers
- (2) HDW053 7/16 in. -14 Lock Nuts
- (2) 4217 Mount Pads
I have a 1983 s10 blazer with a 2.8. Will I have to cut the motor mount perches off to install my 350. A lot for people say yes. If I don't the engine sits to high.
Will these motor mounts work on a 2001 s10 xtreme with a 350? It originally had a 2.2l in it. Im putting a th350 tranny in it as well.
I'm putting a 351 Windsor in a late 80s s10 but having trouble finding motor mounts do y'all carry them ?
My blazer has a 2.8 I’m switching to a 96 vortec 350 will this work also what else will be needed thanks
Do I have to change the oil pan
I have a 1997 chevy s10 reg cab 2wd. It had a 4.3 engine previously. That should work correct?
Looking to put a small block in my 1983 Chevy S10 1.9 liter and want to know if this mount kit will work? Thank you
With this work and is this all I need to put a small block Chevy in a GMC s15
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