New Poly Urethane Motor Mounts

czizza

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Jan 8, 2004
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N. Massapequa, NY, USA
Thought this was going to be a PIA even with the engine out of the car but it wasn't bad at all. Here are the old mounts:

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I kept 1/2 the rivet instead of using the cable ties:
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Finished Job:
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jthomas

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Dec 5, 2007
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NorthCentral PA
I swapped to those too. Keep in mind they sit a little higher than worn out stock mounts so when you put the engine in it may seem like they won’t fit but after the battle you will get them in. Sometimes you get lucky and the engine drops right in.
My point is if it does not drop right in. Don’t despair…just know they will work.
 

need-for-speed

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Feb 7, 2003
1,156
Conroe, TX
Thought this was going to be a PIA even with the engine out of the car but it wasn't bad at all. Here are the old mounts:





I kept 1/2 the rivet instead of using the cable ties:




Finished Job:
@czizza thanks for posting this. Can you tell me what you meant by:

"I kept 1/2 the rivet instead of using the cable tie" ?

Also, would you mind telling me where you bought these?
 
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need-for-speed

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Feb 7, 2003
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Conroe, TX
I think I figured it out. The one shown above is just the insert. This one is complete:
 

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Greg Mc

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I did the same and as jthomas mentioned it was a pain getting the engine to drop in.....the old worn out rubber mounts were more forgiving. But felt the BB torque needed something better than the rubber mounts.
 




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