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Old 08-01-2011, 01:46 PM   #71
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I've got a rear tranny mount off my coupe for sale

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Old 08-01-2011, 03:18 PM   #72
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okay, i've done this twice now and I always end up throwing 1/2 the stuff away. I use 60A and it seems great.

next time I'm going to let you guys know I'm doing it so anyone local or who cares enough to send the mount can be in on it... I'll just split the 40 bucks. (I really hate having all that go to waste... though it's still cheaper than buying a new one.)

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Old 08-01-2011, 04:12 PM   #73
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I am about to do some now, Mcmaster is only like 4 hrs away from me they said it will deliver tomorrow. If anybody wants there motor mounts done, send them to me.
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Old 08-02-2011, 01:40 PM   #74
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Welp, my poly urethane came in today so I'll be polyfilling my mounts tonight. I dont think I'm going to completed remove the old rubber, only because the old helps make sure the center is back in the exact same location. I'll just dremel it down a bit for better adhesion.

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Old 08-02-2011, 02:23 PM   #75
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Welp, my poly urethane came in today so I'll be polyfilling my mounts tonight. I dont think I'm going to completed remove the old rubber, only because the old helps make sure the center is back in the exact same location. I'll just dremel it down a bit for better adhesion.

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No, remove all of the old rubber. The old rubber will make the poly separate from the rubber. I'll have to dig out my old mounts, but that is exactly what happened to mine. My new ones are all poly no rubber, and they are much MUCH more stable.

The trick to line up the center is to get a piece of cardboard and trace the mount around the outside. Line up the center piece and then trace the location for that. That way you have a template for where the mount pin lines up when you pour the poly
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No, remove all of the old rubber. The old rubber will make the poly separate from the rubber. I'll have to dig out my old mounts, but that is exactly what happened to mine. My new ones are all poly no rubber, and they are much MUCH more stable.

The trick to line up the center is to get a piece of cardboard and trace the mount around the outside. Line up the center piece and then trace the location for that. That way you have a template for where the mount pin lines up when you pour the poly
how did you take all the rubber? is hard is frack
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how did you take all the rubber? is hard is frack
you can dremel it out. Mine was so brittle that I could literally break it out by hand.
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Old 10-21-2011, 11:52 AM   #78
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im about to order this today, but im not so sure i want to go with 60a, im going to remove all rubber for solid mounts, but im not doing it so much for performance as i am just for durability and being solid, i believe 20a would probably be too soft, would 40a be strong enough but not cause unwanted vibration?

has anyone worked with the 40a and can attest to them?
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40a is good. Not stiff but not too soft either. Good upgrade for a stock feel.
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just ordered 40a. =)

didnt want to extra vibration but still wanted a more solid mounting of the driveline.

my car is a 92 coupe, and the parts car is a 95 gs sedan, are the mounts the same? or should i mix and match for a best combination of mounts?
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