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Three to Four Point Mounts with Ford 460

Quicksilver

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I just picked up these mounts for my boat so I can switch to a larger oil pan. They were made by Hardin Marine. What is in the picture is what I got. I believe I only need the feet to make them work. Or is there more? Do any of you have any pictures of an install on a Spectra you could post? Thanks

 

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Maybe post in jet boat section as well. The guys from JBP post some cool set ups !
 

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You'll need the feet and hardware to go through the stringers. Also you might consider a drive line guard. Otherwise, your set
 

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Spectralen, thanks. Those pics were just what i needed. I am going to stick with the four point though and get an aluminum driveline cover.
 

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You will also need a mid plate for the rear, otherwise your starter will not mount/index properly. Ask me how I know. :D


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You will also need a mid plate for the rear, otherwise your starter will not mount/index properly. Ask me how I know. :D


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What do you mean by midplate? Is it a thin piece of metal?
 

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What do you mean by midplate? Is it a thin piece of metal?
Sorry for flaking and not responding. Yes a mid plate is the thin about .090" piece of steel that goes between the mount and block. It gives the starters flat surface to mount to and also indexes the bendix gear on the flex plate properly


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Sorry for flaking and not responding. Yes a mid plate is the thin about .090" piece of steel that goes between the mount and block. It gives the starters flat surface to mount to and also indexes the bendix gear on the flex plate properly


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Thanks. I guess I will have to hit up a junkyard to see if I can find one.
 
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