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Old 12-09-2010, 06:16 PM
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Tube polyurethane inserts

Hey I want to build myself a couple sets of motor mounts similar to the pic below. I am trying to see if I can source a polyurethane insert for them. The width I need is 3.5". I can't seem to find anything from ES, best I could think of would be a leaf spring bushing. Then it would have to be from a vehicle that uses a 3.5" spring, which I'm not too sure what. Are there any places that anyone knows of that sells something for DIY'rs? Thanks


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Old 12-09-2010, 06:37 PM
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what motor, and into, are you mounting?

look around here
http://www.welderseries.com/catalog/...ount&x=42&y=12

its not the bushings, but it may help with the creative process.
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Just a sbc into a 4x4 s10. I will probably be making my own conversion mount adapters. So I can make them work with the frame side mounts if need be. I would like to keep it plug and play though. If I can't find what I need I will have to break down and order those ones. It would just save me a fair bit of money making them myself. My buddy can cut out the plates on a plasma table, then I can powder coat them. So it will only cost me whatever the inserts would be.
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try some of the plastics suppliers..

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