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Old 07-29-2017, 05:35 AM
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Engine mounts for a 78 F150 I6. 2wd RAB 3spd

Can't seem to find the right combo of engine mounts for this truck. Drivers fits. Nothing seems to work for passenger side.

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Old 07-30-2017, 04:32 PM
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RockAuto lists A2441 for the right side. That seems to match up with BronceGraveyard and other sites as well.

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1978 f150 2wd 300 i-6

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Can't seem to find the right combo of engine mounts for this truck. Drivers fits. Nothing seems to work for passenger side.
Are you sure your F150 is a 1978? Because if it's a 1979, the following parts are wrong!

C7TZ-6038-A Right & C7TZ-6038-B Left .. 240/300 I-6 Front Rubber Insulators / Obsolete

1965/66 F100/250 2WD 240/300 I-6 / 1966 F100 4WD 240/300 I-6 / 1967 E100 240 I-6 / 1967/74 F100/250 2WD/4WD & F350 240/300 I-6.

1969/74 E100/300 240/300 I-6 / 1973/78 F100/250 2WD/4WD & F350 300 I-6 / 1979 F150/250 300 I-6 4WD

Both these insulators should be available from any auto parts store.
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It's a it's a 78 on the title. Vin sticker indicates 4/78 production. But the mounts from the parts store will not line up with the engine supports. Even 2 Left side mounts end up too wide. The original Right side mount is narrower than even a new left side mount. And I didn't think to really look at the old left side mount before it got chucked but judging by the alignment issues I'm having with the clutch linkage it was probably narrower as well

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It's a '78 VIN.

Is it possible that a '78 cab was swapped to a '79 frame?
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It's a '78 VIN.

Is it possible that a '78 cab was swapped to a '79 frame?
I suppose it is. Anyone have pictures of the difference between the mounts?

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I suppose it is. Anyone have pictures of the difference between the mounts?

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Could be the engine size difference for the application ,
check in the difference of engine size on other models!
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