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Still haven't identified these mounts! Any of the newcomers since I last posted recognize them? Thanks for any help.
Well, I am not a new commer, but the look like Lord Fluidlastic to me.
The mounts that look juts like yours came on the last bunch of 4BTs I bought that had Ford Adapters. I will get the numbers off the mounts
late tomorrow morning and post. Lord does have a web site google Lord Fluidlastic.

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JimmieD;
JimmieD;

Here is the Lord Fluidlastic Mounts on the Ford Equipped Cummins I got.

The Info moulded in the rubber is;
Lord Fluidlastic
J-18569-10
Green

The Metal Base Cup is 4.0" diameter
The overall length of the mount, less the studs is 4.0"
The Stop Stud is 7/16" x 1.0" long
The Bottom (2) studs are 3/8" x 1.0" long with 2.750" between centers

They are different than what you have, Going from memory, I thought they were larger. Moral, dont trust my memory

Paul



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Priced these at Astro-Tex here in Texas these things were $211 each!!!:puke: Are they that good?? I am putting a 4BT into Jeep Commando and thought they might be the best choice to lessen the vibes. Thanks!
I use 1989-1993 Dodge CTD isolators on my trucks. Never thried these Lord's. To expensive for me. I have no problem with the Dodge Isolators

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