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1 Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 8:05 am

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Can any one recommend a good place to buy engine mounts from? I need the one one the drivers side and the stabilisers front and back as they are shot! Cheers guys

2 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 12:19 pm

johnny gtir

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Standard or poly ?

3 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 12:22 pm

PartyPete

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Standard...

4 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 6:10 pm

Gtirchris


Try Erics performance parts in the states mate, or Rhd Japan for new parts, you can find the part numbers on Nissan parts4u or on fast if you have access to it fella

http://www.guglielmimotorsport.co.uk

5 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 6:35 pm

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Ok I'll have to have a look there, cheers pal

6 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 6:49 pm

Gtirchris


No worries fella

http://www.guglielmimotorsport.co.uk

7 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 7:34 pm

grim_d

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Partially fill or repair your knackered mounts with a low shore polyurethane sealant, like a poly seam sealer, works great.

8 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 8:01 pm

shroom

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grim_d wrote:Partially fill or repair your knackered mounts with a low shore polyurethane sealant, like a poly seam sealer, works great.

Yeah Bob mentioned this to me as I am after the same mount, as long as yours has not popped all the way out and only has small cracks then you should get away with filling with tiger seal or something similar and will be better than poly bushing the thing and cheaper

9 Re: Engine mounts on 7th September 2015, 8:24 pm

PartyPete

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Too late, bought a poly bush one, couldn't find a standard one

10 Re: Engine mounts on 8th September 2015, 12:10 am

Whytie

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I don't run with a front stabiliser mount...... Binned.

11 Re: Engine mounts on 8th September 2015, 1:35 pm

shroom

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Just out of interest if you change just one engine mount will it put pressure on the other standard ones? I need to change the same one and the polybush is a good buy so was wondering if it would nail the others quicker

12 Re: Engine mounts on 8th September 2015, 3:01 pm

grim_d

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I would absolutely advise against changing to full poly on the main mount for a road car, its brutal. Fill your old one with sealant, a bit louder but not unbearable.

As for wearing the others sooner, I dont think it would make too much difference.

13 Re: Engine mounts on 8th September 2015, 4:44 pm

PartyPete

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I will let you know Tom, I'll be banging the engine back in Saturday, and I've bought a polyurethane resin to do the stabilisers with

14 Re: Engine mounts on 8th September 2015, 5:22 pm

johnny gtir

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What was the crack with gear box Pete ?

15 Re: Engine mounts on 8th September 2015, 5:36 pm

PartyPete

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Had no reverse, he's got it now sorting it out, he reckons there's a little spring inside that's snapped, wether that's true or not I don't know....

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