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Old 08-13-2007, 10:29 AM   #1
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I need a couple pictures from anyone that may have them. I am looking for pictures of the engine bay without the motor in it. I am mainly looking for how the transmission mounts on the passenger side. If anyone has pictures like this, that would be excellent. Thanks.

or if you have pictures of the transmission out with the mount still attached those would work too.
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I'm sure Mr. Boost will chime in soon. I KNOW we got some pics with his motor out and the trans in.
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Ah....the dogbone mount, I assume? I found a coule of pics from Ben'* transmission swap thhat may help. Now, I will tell you that I was in charge of getting that back in and somehow I ended up putting it back on the transmission upside down or backwards (I can't remember) and once we dropped the engine back in, I had to redo it under the car. I think I also ended up putting the bolt through the mount with the dogbone in the wrong position and we had to relift the motor some so I could flip-flop it. Not one of my most shining moments. That was trickier than I thought.

Here is a pic of the bay. You can make out the large "U-shaped" plates (looks like two plates) where one end of the dogbone slips in-between....just below the accordian boot of the stearing rack.
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Other pics can be found on page 6 and 7 of this thread:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=asc&start=120

Here is a link to a picture of me holding the dogbone mount with my left hand
http://www.azclubgp.com/pdxgtp/PDXGT...e/DSC01545.JPG

More pics on Page 2 of this thread under PDXGTPs reply.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...70031&start=20
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Here'* mine, keep in mind..my mount is slightly modified..where you see the hockey pucks should be a little strut.
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So far so good. Any pictures of how the tranny braces to the motor on the passenger side? Also, any Series 1 pictures? Thanks guys.
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