Replacement Mounts Bolts Bellhousing To Frame For Rear Frame Fits 6 Cylinder & V8 Cars With Manual Transmission Includes Mounting Installation Brackets The motor mounts in your 1955, 1956, or 1957 Chevy 150, 210, Bel Air, or Nomad will need to be replaced after approximately every 50,000 miles, or if they become soaked from fluids like oil several times. Just like motor mounts, your transmission bellhousing mounts will get weaker and eventually fail from excessive use and abuse. The rubber in the original mounts can degrade and cause splits, eventually leading to failure. The transmission bellhousing mounts on your Tri-5 Chevy are crucial for reducing vibration and extending the life of your transmission and its components. If your mounts break or grow weak, it can be dangerous since this can allow the engine or transmission to shift, possibly sticking the accelerator in a full throttle position or causing the engine to push the fan into the radiator or fan shroud. Fitting the driver's and passenger?s side, these steel mounts bolt the bellhousing to the rear frame and include mounting brackets for easy installation. This will also help to reduce any wheel hop or traction loss. Don?t wait to stay safe and comfortable in your Tri-Five.
|Chevrolet||Bel Air||1955 - 1957|
|Chevrolet||Nomad||1955 - 1957|
|Chevrolet||One-Fifty Series||1955 - 1957|
|Chevrolet||Two-Ten Series||1955 - 1957|