360 mounts to a v8 k frame

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  1. SlightlyDusty

    SlightlyDusty 1974 Plymouth Duster

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    I am trying to find a way to mount a 360 la motor to a 1968 v8 k frame. I know Schumacher is out of business and I can only find 72 and older slant 6 to v8 adapters. Can anyone explain to me like I am toddler on what I need to do. Trying to avoid welding because where I am doing the swap I dont want to be at very long.
     
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    doug 371 Well-Known Member

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    find a set of used 68-70 340 brackets
     
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    doug 371 Well-Known Member

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    68-72 I meant...sorry
     
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    SlightlyDusty 1974 Plymouth Duster

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    Then do i use the 340 mounts as well or the 318?
     
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    70aarcuda Master Hoader of SBM FABO Gold Member

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    273/318 driver side engine bracket is different from the 340/360
     
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    Mr. Sinister Devastation Manager FABO Gold Member

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    Professor Fate Push the button, Max...

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    340 brackets are a bolt-on. 318 brackets require some mods, but are useable.
    Biscuits are the same for both.
     
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    • SlightlyDusty

      SlightlyDusty 1974 Plymouth Duster

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      Ok, so my next step is to find a 340 bracket and a biscuit. Ok cool. Thanks a lot guys! Love this forum
       
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      moparmat2000 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      dogbreath Well-Known Member

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      They turn up on ebay occasionally
       
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      SlightlyDusty 1974 Plymouth Duster

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      Well good news is I got everything I needed. Thanks everyone for helping out, I'll try to post a thread on the build when I get all my parts in!
       
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