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Old 01-03-2010, 05:37 AM   #1
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i was wondering if there were any poly-urethane mounts for our cars available or would i have to stick to the oem mounts ? reason why i asked was because my front left trans mount went out and was wondering if they make em for the 00 bonneville ssei ????
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Hi Jose,

I know for a fact that some members here have made there own solid urethane mounts.

Billboost being one of them...

I'm sure he will chime in when he can. But until then sit tight, other members will be on there way.
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I have made some mount out of urethane. Got the idea from some Riv guys. Although there are many guys that have made that front trans mount with 3-4 hockey pucks in your year with good success.
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i might give that hockey puck idea a try... since my front left mount popped 2 days later after i got stage 1 from intense lol . too much torque lol. i think it was going out already since i got the car ...
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In your year that mount is not much more than a stale marshmallow waiting to tear in half.
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