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Originally Posted by kkinzli View Post
Hi Ken,

I have been planning on doing my tranny mounts and actually have the parts from Pelican laying around on my workbench. It seems like an easy job with just pressing in the new mounts into the old cross member. I will let you know when I do it if you are interested.
Hi Kristoph, Sorry about delayed response. I'm practically done. I just got the brace out today and cleaned it up. The old bushings can be drilled out and discarded. The new ones are split like a bagel and require no pressing, they slide right in.

I bought two sets of bushings by accident, want one? I'm try to figure out the difference of characteristics of polyurethane (Rebel) vs polygraphite (Pelican) to decide which set to use. For everyday use, I doubt there is significant differences.





these are the Pelican poly-grqphite

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