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Username Post: Drawings        (Topic#226)
Todd Wallace 
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Todd Wallace
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Registered on 02-10-09
01-02-13 10:57 AM - Post#657    


Here are 2 different drawings with 2 different drops

Attached are the files you requested regarding the mustang motor mounts that mimic the Ron Morris ones. FYI, the CAD file has different plates shown above, which were previous runs of these mounts that had different top plates for each mount. The PDFs were established so you didn't have unique top plates for each side, making things a bit easier although it takes a little more steel. There is also a random drawing in there of my T56 trans crossmember. As stated before, the PDF is printable to scale on 8.5x11 paper. Be sure to measure the scale that I included in the plot to verify that it printed to scale. The 1.0 should measure exactly an inch. The bushings to use with these mounts are the same for the rear leaf spring shackles, so you can buy either Poly or rubber bushings.



Attachment: Motor_Mounts_0.5in_Drop_Height.pdf (22.31 KB) 1371 View(s)
Attachment: Motor_Mounts_1in_Drop_Height.pdf (22.32 KB) 1353 View(s)
Attachment: Motor_Mounts_-_All_3.dwg (230.72 KB) 1388 View(s)
Attachment: Motor_Mounts_-_standard_height.pdf (21.72 KB) 1410 View(s)
Attachment: Motor_Mounts.dxf (610.58 KB) 1445 View(s)



Edited by Todd Wallace on 01-02-13 06:54 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.







 
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