So you are saying there is a bar running horizontaly (where the blue marks are) that holts the bolt hole in place right?se-riusb14 said:You can cut out all the rubber. In the middle of the mount is a piece of metal that holds the bolt locator in place. I had this question on my 95 SE-R and just went for it. Careful though, there's a little water inside. The only piece I had to line up was in the dogbone mount.
I found out the same way. I tried drilling and the bit wouldn't go any further than halfway. Cut the rubber out and found the metal inside. If you torch it, do it outside. Stinks like ghetto stank.(i.e. really really bad)ApacheXMD said:Where did you buy the urethane? how much of the stuff does 20bucks buy? When I did my passengerside and driver-side mounts, I just cut out the rubber. Like se-riusb14 said, the bolt hole is held in place by metal. I found that out trying to drill out the rubber with a drill press. It was a bitch digging out the rubber. A torch to just burn all that stuff out might be a better idea.
Bennitto Mallito said:To anybody that has done this I was wondering if you think it would be possible to just cut out all of the inside of this motor mount and fill it in with 94A Liquid urethane.