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Thread: SOLID TRANSMISSION MOUNT

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    SOLID TRANSMISSION MOUNT

    YES OR NO?
    DRAG RACE ONLY!

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Some guy use solid, and get by doing so, i don't, and would not rec doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsabird
    Some guy use solid, and get by doing so, i don't, and would not rec doing so.
    WHY?

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    chassis flex tend to bust the tail shaft houseing, any miss alignment, more apt to cause problems, i run motor plates front and rear, but rubber tranny mounts.

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    I run motor plates and trans is mounted solid. Always have had them mounted solid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsabird
    chassis flex tend to bust the tail shaft houseing, any miss alignment, more apt to cause problems, i run motor plates front and rear, but rubber tranny mounts.
    X2
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