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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-10-2002, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
 
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Dodge motor mount help

I did the search and picked up a pair of mounts from NAPA. The mounts look too thin by about 3/4". The # is 602-1130, it fits 72 Plymouth Valiant w/318. Any ideas? I will have them cross the Advanced Auto #602469 I also found in the other post.

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Re: Dodge motor mount help

You can use #602-1346 (interlocks) on the driver's side and 602-1170 on the pass. side (no interlocks).

Or.... You can use #602-1170 on both sides....
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Re: Dodge motor mount help

Can I use 602-1346 both sides? I have two of these in front of me right now. Seens with my violent history, the interlocking mount would be the best way.

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Re: Dodge motor mount help

Where do the stock mounts usually blow at? Is it noticable when they break usually? My truck has been a little more rough feeling at idle, I think it may be from some slop in one of the mounts.
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Re: Dodge motor mount help

Tony, Yes you can, but I believe the offset would then have to be "low", meaning that the motor will be lowered a bit. You can use then on the "high" side if you cut the interlock off the mount to be used on the passenger side.
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Usually the driver's side mount tears and because of the metal "cap" that surrounds it, it's not really visible.
Rev the motor and see how much movement the motor has.....
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Thanks, I ran down and got the correct one for the right side. Hopefully, this will be the last time to replace them!
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Re: Dodge motor mount help

my mounts have the locking tabs on both the passenger side and the drivers side i did have to trim the drivers side some to clear the oil filter here is the drivers side
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passenger side with gm alt it still clears with out triming
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Re: Dodge motor mount help

I'm trying to install the driver's side mount. The new mount is about 3/8" thinner than the stock mount. When I go to drop the engine onto the stud, it won't fit. Do I need to install a spacer?
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