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I actually made this up bout a month ago just been too lazy to post. I still don't have the truck running yet. I just cleaned up the welds with the Tig here at school. Need to clean it up a bit still with a sander and then it's off to JetHot to get coated.

What you guys think?






 

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I took the stock mount that came on the engine and cut and drilled it so that it sits closer to the head and moved down about an inch. This let me get more wrap of the belt on the AC compressor pulley.
 

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also if it was me i,d make a brace for the bottom off the iol pan rail to keep vibes down on turbo and also to not break pipes. good work my friend.
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It'll look fantastic when it's coated.

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What are those engine mounts off?
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What are those engine mounts off?
The bracket that bolts to the engine look almost exactly like the ones that came on my engine (was a Ford chassis van)

The rubber mounts are Anchor brand mounts, number 2469. They are used on 80's era Dodge vans and trucks.

$7 a piece stateside, not sure about OZ & NZ
 

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It'll look fantastic when it's coated.

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What are those engine mounts off?
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The bracket bolted to the engine is my own design. The rubber is the standard Dodge Cummins mounts.
 
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