Driver (left) side:
Passenger (right) side:

  $49.95 ea.
  $49.95 ea.

* Detailed Instructions Included! *

This mount is designed to install a 429/460 Ford V8 engine, where 351-M & 400 Ford V8 engines was originally installed. The most popular applications

for these conversion mounts are for 78-79 Ford pickups & Broncos, although minor modifications can allow them to fit some earlier & later Ford applications. This superior engine mount technology is the product of over 18 years of unrelenting research, testing & development. Our use of premium materials, computer aided design & quality workmanship brings you a strong, reliable conversion mount at an affordable price. By utilizing the original frame tower & bolting directly to the engine, the Stealth Mount™ is the only choice for serious builders wanting the best in their truck. In order to position the main stud directly in the center of the mount for maximum strength, an additional hole drilled 2" forward on the tower is all that's required (sometimes simply moving the towers forward is even easier, or take advantage of the engine being moved rearward). No additional modifications necessary.

The Stealth Mount's™ strength results from years of searching for the ultimate combination of features. Our Stealth Mount™ has 36% more surface area than most other leading conversion mounts, which means more strength, reliability and longevity. This is a real advantage in high-horsepower and torque applications Note the larger isolator pad of the Stealth Mount™ (yellow). Also notice the centered mounting pin, which distributes a more even load across the entire mount pad. A beefy metal base is also incorporated.

The Stealth Mount's™ unique 'Compound-Angle' mounting design allows 2 axis's to be utilized when the mount is under stress. In contrast to other brands having only 1 side being stressed, the Stealth Mount™ allows 166% more load distribution along it's 'pulling' edge, therefore reducing  potential mount separation under extreme conditions. The Stealth Mount™ can also be reinforced with an additional bolt, however, increased vibrations, and no previous requirement to do so make this unnecessary.

Here a leading competitor's mount beyond the point of failure. With only one side being stressed, offset pin, and with up to 36% less overall surface area holding the mount pad on, premature failure is inevitable. This particular mount was in service for less than two months before it experienced total and complete engine mount failure.