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Designed and installed in 1990.
Just refreshed and painted. 8/2016
Posted August 13, 2016
Is that a solid mount? Ie: no rubber?
Posted August 15, 2016
Mike, This could best be described as just a stopper. This modification is just
attached to the stock rubber differential mount. The beauty is no noise tranmission
to the interior. With this you will never again tear a stock differential mount.
What is the bolt attached to? Did you just drill a hole in the mount and run it through? Most people weld the L bracket on to the old mount.
Just trying to figure out how it gets in there, I imagine a drilled and tapped hole and a stud would work.
Yup, we drilled and tapped a 8mm stud. 10mm would be good too i think.
I believe 8mm is what we had handy at the time.
You might ponder the leverage applied to the base of that stud when the mount lifts.
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