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Old 09-28-2010, 07:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Solid Motor Mounts?

Hey guys just bought a 1990 D250 Cummins 5-speed and it needed motor mounts and the trans mount wasnt even bolted in. Well I fixed that and put new motor mounts in it and the motor and shifter still torque up pretty bad. It must be a 2wd thing cause my other 90 is a 4wd and the motor nor the shifter move. Just wondering what you 2wd guys do to fix this problem and if there are any solid motor mounts i can put in. Thanks.
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The Cummins rattles the truck enough with standard mounts, solids would be a very bad idea.
Dodge motor mounts have an interlocking plate to keep them together if the rubber brakes. Look at them real close, if the don't look broke, jack up the engine and see if they separate.
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I just put brand new motor mounts on the truck and it still torques up. Im just gonna put a torque chain on it until i can save up for poly mounts.
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