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Carrick Customs Motor Mounts (1980-1997) F250/350 To 12V/24V/CR Cummins
If you are looking to do a Cummins swap on your 1980-1997 Ford Truck, these are the mounts for you. They work with 12v, 24v, and Common Rail Cummins engines. Carrick's motor mounts are direct bolt in (no drilling or cutting required) and utilize a factory 1st Gen Dodge Cummins motor mount bushing.
When mounting a Common Rail Cummins, you will need to relocate the ECU.
Carrick Customs chose to utilize the factory Dodge bushings because they provide great insulation from the vibration of the Cummins engine and they are readily available, making sourcing and replacing them when they wear out very easy.
Unlike others, these mounts have a built-in relief to fit the power steering hose that threads into the back of the power steering pump on the drivers side of the engine.
These motor mounts require you to "massage" the firewall in order to allow the engine to sit far enough back to utilize the factory, mechanical fan. This is standard with most OBS Ford Cummins conversion motor mounts.
If you are converting a truck that was originally an IDI diesel, you will either have to run electric fans or run a different radiator for the mechanical fan to fit. The stock IDI radiator is way over sized. If you want to run a mechanical fan in an IDI truck, you can run an aftermarket aluminum radiator for an IDI, a 7.3 Powerstroke radiator, 460 gas radiator, or a 1st gen Cummins radiator.
Made in the USA
- Frame side motor mount brackets
- Block side motor mount brackets
- Motor mount bushings
- All hardware needed to bolt the motor mounts to the frame and engine
- Installation instructions