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Old 03-08-2010, 03:44 PM
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where to find polyurethane motor mounts?

I can't find them or even solid ones.
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:51 PM
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What are your plans? Rubber feels much nicer.
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I want something stronger than stock rubber. Preferably for the transmission also.
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Well, If someone is capable of taking the old mount hardware and replacing the rubber. I could send a solid piece of bedliner.

50% polyurethane
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If I can't find some already made , I do plan on making my own. Probably fill with 3M window weld.
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Let me know how that works out. I just replaced my motor and trans mounts not too long ago, and even with brand new rubber it still feels sloppy. I'd be interested in solid mounts if you can find/make them.
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Yeah, I would be interested to know how that works. I one bad mount now and may be doing a swap this week... But I also may not. Just depends on how lazy I am.
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I now have all new mounts and the window weld. Now to find the time to do it.
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I know it's a little late but I thought you might like these. Also for future reference to someone else that might be looking for poly engine mounts.


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Also, there's these....sorry I didn't see this way back when you were asking about 'em

Super Duty Poly Motor Mounts,302,351W
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Props to you bud......those are a lot more affordable.
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