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'55 President engine mounts

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  • '55 President engine mounts

    Need clarification. This is the 4-door sedan, and it looks like when I reinstall the engine, it should be the same as on my '55 Commander 4-door sedan, i.e., install the engine mounts in the left most (as in front of the car looking towards the front of the engine) holes of the pair on each side of the frame member.

    '55 Commander
    '55 President
    \'55 Commander
    \'55 President

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    quote:I want to clarify something here that is very important, I keep seeing this and ALL who don't know, should know:
    ( never say left as seen from the front. A car has only has 1 left side as if you are seated in it. It is the cars left; not yours.)

    If you roll the car or flip it any direction possible, this does not change. That way everyone from the parts guy, to the bodyshop, or anyone talking to you are ALL clear on what is the left side.[8D]
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    Amen to that!!!! This is how anyone involved in the auto repair trades are taught to communicate.

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    Dwain G.

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    • #3
      10-4! Thanks.

      '55 Commander
      '55 President
      \'55 Commander
      \'55 President

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      • #4
        I find it more suitable, to say "drivers side". Just my $.02
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        1970 Avanti (R3)

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