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4 speed trans mount

I have been looking for the mount for my 4 speed tranny and have not been able to find one does anyone know where I can get one or how to make one?
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21A-6068-A .. Rear Rubber Engine Mount / Reproduced by Carpenter.

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If you want answers to questions as vague as this you need to provide info, e.g. what year truck, what motor and mount set up, what type of 4 speed, get my drift. Can you weld, bend metal, skill level, etc.... You want help, provide us with the proper tools to help.
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I have been looking for the mount for my 4 speed tranny and have not been able to find one does anyone know where I can get one or how to make one?
If you have an F-1 and are looking for the big cross member that the f-2 and f-3s use to mount the 4 speed spur transmission on, I have one attached to a frame. I intend to only use the rear of the frame and could sell the crossmember to you. Don't know if that is what you are looking for though.
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Yeah it is the rear trans mount mounts to the frame my mount the rubber is all rotted out and when I took my motor and trans out the mount fell apart.
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Big crossmember/trans mount
Is this what you need? my cell is 636-489-9742 Patrick
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His frame is OK, he needs the replaceable mount.
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If you are looking for the long rubber piece joblot has them. I just got one a few weeks ago
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Unless I'm mistaken, a 4-sp in an F-1 uses the same semi-circular mount as the LD and HD 3-sp's. Only the trannies in F-2 and F-3+ have the deep crossmember.
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I was looking through a couple of web sites over the weekend, one stated that their rubber was only for the F-1 three speed while another didn't differentiate between the two, just sell "all".
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Here is a thread with pictures: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...l#post10483970

In it, MTFlat shows a HD 3-sp in an F-1 with the same semi-circular mount as a LD 3-sp. And Havi shows a 4-sp in an F-1 that uses the same. The rear bearing retainer was changed for F-2 and higher to use the "hoop" crossmember with the flat rubber mount.
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Look at post 2, the rubber mount is illustrated, as is the parts catalog applications and part number.
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