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ES motor mount inserts (items are sold)

I have 2 sets of the ES motor mount inserts.
Both sets are brand new and still in original packaging.
These are the torque mounts (front and rear) only.
$25 + shipping per set. Both sets have been sold
 

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I just got these in my Classic from P.S.T. I really like them they make a big diffrence... Have fun putting them in...
 

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StYLez Se-R said:
is it a really hard install......damn.....how much would it run me to have them installed?
not sure but i think you need a machine shop to press them in, just rip the mounts out yourself and go to the shop. shouldn't cost much.
 

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nissanfrek said:
I just got these in my Classic from P.S.T. I really like them they make a big diffrence... Have fun putting them in...
noooo..... these are the torque mounts, not that bad. the passenger and driver mounts, now thats a different story.
 

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StYLez Se-R said:
i didnt get a pm.....i want a set i have paypal waiting......email me at [email protected]
Sorry about that. I confused you with someone else.
This time, you have a PM. ;)
 

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One set is sold. The other has a sale pending.
Will update if it doesn't work out.
 

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Both sets are now sold. Thanks.
 

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StYLez Se-R said:
is it a really hard install......damn.....how much would it run me to have them installed?
Doing mounts is *EASY*.

Torque mounts, just remove them.

Jack front of car up, put jackstands under control arms
or ramps under the wheels. Or just drive up the ramps.

Crawl under car, a creeper helps, but will get in the way
in the back. Look up at the engine in the front. The
front dogbone is held by 2 bolts, 14mm, IIRC. Put a
wrench on one side, and a ratchet on the other.

Turn lefty for loosey until bolts are free, pull bolts
out, dogbone drops off. Push stock mounts out
with your fingers. Use a hydraulic press to push
ES inserts back in. Lube with a good marine grease
beforehand pressing.

For the rear mount, you want to drop your torque
member, and just let the engine hang on the tranny/
passenger mount. Piece of cake! Using a variety of
attachments/short extension, long socket, what have
you, put a 14mm around the exhaust. Get a wrench
on the other side. Press insert 'halves' over stock
rear torque mount. Put bolt back in. Righty for tighty.

Done!

The tranny mount is insert halves, very easy once
removed from tranny. The passenger mount requires
removing a 10mm headed bolt from the coolant
overflow tank bracket, and removing bracket. Or
you can just bend it in hopes it doesn't break.

That's for the 'through' bolt. The bolts that mount
it to the engine aren't quite as easy.

Pressing out the passenger mount isn't easy. You
need a huge socket. A shop with a press will know
what to do. Lube them with a good marine grease
while pressing in. The passenger ES mount has a
cutaway portion to allow you to get a socket on the
engine mount bolts. Get that in the right position.

The shop *should* be able to tell, but you might have
to press it out and in again.

Peter
 
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