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    Does anyone have a mechanical drawing of an Olds rear motor mount schematic. I've seen them on here for Chevys and Fords but can not find an Olds by searching the threads. I've had so many calls for Olds 4 point mounts, that I'm going to make some if I can find the mechanical drawing that shows the pion and bolt locations. Any help would be appreciated.
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    Anybody? I have made the mounts, but just want to make sure the pin centers and everything are dead nuts on! Thanks, Duane HTP
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    How about a tracing?

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    I have all the tracings, just wanted to check out pins according to GM specs.
    Thanks though.

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    I think the pins are the same as chevy and possibly the bottom two bolts.

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    Thanks Tim. I'll check it out tomorrow. If that's the case, that makes it very easy to finish them out and write the CNC program. Duane HTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    I think the pins are the same as chevy and possibly the bottom two bolts.
    This is correct.

    How you doing, Tim?

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    yep the only diffrence between chevy and BOP is the top two bolt holes

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    Duane, When you get these figured out, i`d like a set. Will you just be making the plates or will you have the whole rail kit ? Have a 74 Taylor & need to replace stringers & want to go back with a rail kit. Thanks, Pcoffee

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