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Old 03-15-2012, 02:12 PM
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That sounds like a quick and inexpensive solution. How thick did you cut the rubber?
 
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Paul Trahan View Post
Please let me know if this transfer case rubber mount will fit a 1974 F250 Highboy. I need to replace them and have struck out a few places and am having trouble finding them. I got a parts number from Green Sales that is different (B4Q7010B). Thanks.
sorta the same thing happened to me, had to improvise.
 
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What did you use?
 
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we were 3 sheets to the wind, in the woods, i wanna say hacksaw.
we drilled small holes all the way around it then proceeded to giggle then sweat then cuss, finally get back to wheeling.

drive. break. rebuild. repeat.
 
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:29 PM
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Too freaking funny! I can to that!
 
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:31 PM
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I am going to cut up some tire and try it, thanks!
 
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted by 73ferdf250highboy View Post
we were 3 sheets to the wind, in the woods, i wanna say hacksaw.
we drilled small holes all the way around it then proceeded to giggle then sweat then cuss, finally get back to wheeling.

drive. break. rebuild. repeat.
Funny, what you can do when you're ripped.
 
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Paul Trahan View Post
That sounds like a quick and inexpensive solution. How thick did you cut the rubber?

i used 2 different types of mallets. they were in my truck box, i just cut them equally. didn't really measure them.

i know it sounds redneck, but im a virginia yokel. lost in ca.
 
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:38 PM
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i dont think a tire will work. a mallet is tough. it's on the end of a beater stick, know what i mean
 
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B9TZ-6039-A
JST Automotive, Lebanon, TN has 2 (615) 443-3086
Green Sales, Cincinnati, OH has 6 (800) 543-4959
Parts International, Farmers Branch, TX has 6 (972) 241-8730
Dennis Carpenter, Concord, NC has 36 (704) 786-8139

B9TT-6039-A
JST Automotive has 2
Perogie Enterprises, Highstown, NJ has 1 (609) 448-5593
Antique Auto Arlington, Arlington, TX has 1 (817) 275-2381

B4Q-7010-B
Green Sales has 2
Parts International has 32
Perogie Enterprises has 1
Antique Auto Arlington has4
Don Smith Ford Mercury, Spruce Pine, NC has 4 (828) 765-1200
Valley Ford Trucks, Cleveland, OH has 4 (216) 524-2400
Larry H Miller Parts, Salt Lake City, UT has 4 (801) 488-1700

There are quite a few more of the B9TZ and the B4Q available, I just didn't list them. If you want more names, let me know.
 
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1979 F250 4wd married rubber mount needed

I noticied the above given mounts are for divorced type NP 205 Pre 1977.5)...how about the one for the married type NP 205 that goes between the frqame mount and the transfer case mount for 1977.5-1979.
 
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Great thread as I am going to be dealing with soon. Not HJing just a question for the Gurus, I am hoping that I have the mated trans/TF so the BB Tcase bushing will work, I am wondering if anyone has modified a

to a poly style. I hate to mix and match rubber and poly if i can help it. Thinking of modying the above to have a Leaf spring style bushing welded to the cradle, kinda like the HD motor mounts many of the parts house and others offer with that style of bushing. So is the mated T/T on a 1978 F250 like the below on my 74 Bronco, those are the poly bushings installed on it.

Thoughts? Be nice now
 
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Originally Posted by lisagoud View Post
I noticied the above given mounts are for divorced type NP 205 Pre 1977.5).

How about the one for the married type NP 205 that goes between the frame mount and the transfer case mount for 1977.5-1979.
Full time or part time drive?

If part time, the part numbers are listed in post #3, but...this post was typed 2/21/2009, so I'll have to update the sources/quantities if you're interested.
 
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Has locking hubs so I am assuming pt.
 

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