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04-30-2011 10:02 PM
snkbyt
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Originally Posted by Babyburr
Going to be using TH350 in my T. Is there any reason I would want to use a polyurethane mount? Or, is the regular rubber mount okay?

Thanks
I had an AC Cobra with a rubber mount. The shifter was mounted on the tranny and the shifter moved around too much. The poly mount pretty much stopped that. If it moves then use poly.
04-30-2011 09:58 PM
matts37chev rubber is ok
why not use the poly?
04-30-2011 09:49 PM
Babyburr
Transmission mount

Going to be using TH350 in my T. Is there any reason I would want to use a polyurethane mount? Or, is the regular rubber mount okay?

Thanks

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