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Transmission mounts 05 Oct 2019 17:45 #203313

  • Alan McDonald
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Hi,
I'm chasing a transmission mount as shown in the pictures for my Dodge AT4 329
if anyone has one lying around
Thanks in advance.

dont forget that very necessary step of INSERT to get ya thingy in the whatsit.... sarge. .[/color]
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Transmission mounts 05 Oct 2019 21:57 #203318

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Hi Alan,
Just a tip with the pics. Once you have uploaded them to your post click "insert all" before posting. This will put your pics in your thread with you words.
Good luck with looking for your parts but someone will point you in the right direction I'm sure.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette

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Transmission mounts 05 Oct 2019 22:46 #203324

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Thank you for that. I was really struggling with that. Cheers

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Transmission mounts 06 Oct 2019 06:52 #203333

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Might try McKay Ind. in Melb. Google ‘em, but send a pic. Other than that, try the wreckers at Dubbo or Dalby, names escape me at the moment. I couldn’t get original Dodge 6 cyl NP mounts so had to adapt Bedford front x member ones to suit. Just thinking.......

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Transmission mounts 06 Oct 2019 18:12 #203349

  • Alan McDonald
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Thanks for the advice Dave. I do have a pair that I got them rebuilt by Polyrubber in Perth'
What I didn't realise at the time when I sent them off to be rebuilt, was one of the stud thread
was shorter than the other and the best that I can do is put a half sized nyloc nut onto it
which I don't want to do. Too bad that Polyrubber didn't notice that either.
If it comes to the worst I will have to cut through the rubber and get a new stud welded to it and have it rebuilt again.

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