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FFG Coyote Swap Motor Mount Kit | 1973-79 F100s, F150s, F250s, F350s 2WD

SKU FFG-F7379-CSMMK-F150-2WD

The 1973-1979 Ford F100 and F150 can be upgraded to slip in a modern Ford Coyote motor from a Mustang GT or the F150 truck. This kit is designed to fit the 2011-2021 Coyote and place it in your Ford truck using the factory suspension and power steering box. The kit also includes the transmission cross-member for the 6R80 automatic transmission.

The engine is designed to sit in a factory location providing space for the power steering box. Due to the design of the power steering box location, headers can become an issue and fabrication of headers or ordering a set from us will solve that problem.

The kit comes with all the hardware needed to install the motor and the transmission cross-member. Some drilling is required into the original front cross-member, but usually can be installed in less than a few hours. Instructions and templates are included. Product photos show the kit powder coated as an example but are shipped raw steel. 

$675.00

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Jamee Pinson
Motor mounts

Good fit but we're not power coated as advertised

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Juan Elizondo

FFG Coyote Swap Motor Mount Kit | 1973-79 F100s, F150s, F250s, F350s 2WD

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Jaime Quintero

I will like to know what else do I need to buy to get my 1974 f100 running

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Robert Anstey
Excellent service from your salesman

He called me a day before and confirmed that my order was ready for pick up

Thank you so much! We try our best to keep communication open and flowing between us and our customers, especially when SEMA season is nigh! - The Fat Fender Team

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Hot Rod
79 Coyote swap

Stock F150 manifolds do not fit unless you move the motor to the passenger side about 3/4" and space the LH mount up 3/8 to make the engine level again. Which means the templates/ instructions we were supposed to get but were emailed when requested won't work.Also the trans mount needs to be modifide to move the back over the same 3/4. Should not be a problem in our build cause the third member in the rear axle is also offset. Also as a side note, the transmission rubber mount does not come in the kit. "The kit comes with all the hardware needed to install the motor and the transmission cross-member." BUT NOT THE MOUNT IT SHOULD SAY. All in all it did save us some fabrication time, and the modifications we made cost less than buying the $1999 headers from them so thats why I gave it a 4 star.