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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-19-2001, 10:13 PM
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Tranny Mount Questions

I am installing a 700r4 in my 86 CJ7. I am not sure how the snubber and torque bar work. I have these 2 urethane snubbers that are wide and flat on 1 side and raised on the other side. I have the snubber bolt. Can some explain or show me some pictures on how I install these? The ones I removed were beyond recognition. My primary question is which way do the 2 snubbers point (wide side narrow side, etc)?

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I got the 700R4 in my 84 CJ-7. I will look tomorrow and let you know. I can't remember offhand.

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The narrow , or stepped down sides go against each other through the hole in the torque bar. The Large dia ends have a washer against them. This assembly gets bolted together through the torque bar, then the threaded remainder of the bolt goes through the skid plate. I've got a couple pic's that "may" help. Good luck!

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...and a pic of the old torque mount in the vise. The bushing/stud assy. will fit loose or "float" in the torque bar as it is meant to limit the amount of flex...not prevent flex.

Note that in this photo, the torque bolt assy. is pointing the wrong direction of instalation. The threaded end of the stud should be pointing the other direction.

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Perfect!!

Those pics really helped. Thank you very much!!!

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