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Unread 10-31-2011, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default Help identify this transmission mount

As the title says. Looks to be GM, not F body or vette. Not truck style either. Was on my T56 mount and is split in half.




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You say not F-body but looks just like a 3rd gen Fbody mount with the top plate missing.
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it's probably this with the studs knocked out.
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I thought about that but couldn't find one. Some Front wheel drive cars have that mount on the bottom supporting it from the subframe.
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it's probably this with the studs knocked out.
Looks like we have a winner! Is that for an F body?

The reason I said it isn't for an F body was because I did some googling and found the F body mounts looked a lot different.
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It was actually a F150 don't remember the year just did some searching on rock auto. Bolt on top looked a little wider spaced though.
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The picture Lautin posted is, in fact, an F150 mount. I'd recognize it anywhere, put one in myself a few months ago. The mount Speed posted, however, is so rotten I can't place it. But it definitely isn't a Ford truck mount.
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To throw a bit more info out here, this is an energy suspension GM/Ford universal style replacement trans mount.





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Link - Energy Suspension 3-1108G Energy Suspension Transmission Mounts

Doesn't have an associated model with it, just listed as a general GM trans mount. I am hoping to go with an O.E rubber unit rather than poly to reduce some vibrations.
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