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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Aug 27th, 15, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
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Solid Body Mounts

Does anyone other than ABC make solid body mounts for 64-67 A-bodies? I have done a bunch of research they seem to be the only ones that have them. I would really like Delrin mounts to keep the weight down, but haven't been able to find anything.

Thanks for the help!
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Re: Solid Body Mounts

If you consider delrin, why not polyurethane? they're pretty stiff.

On a little search I did, I found the following post from this thread (which dates from 2007):

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I`m curious, how many of you would be interested in a complete delrin body bushings set? No universal fit stuff, application specific and machined to OE bushing sizes. Mark SC&C
From their site, it seems they didn't go through with the idea. All they have is a rubber isolator kit for aluminum bushings (which they don't seem to offer either). It might be worth it to contact them to ask questions about why they choose to not offer these bushings (alu or delrin).


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Does anyone other than ABC make solid body mounts for 64-67 A-bodies? I have done a bunch of research they seem to be the only ones that have them. I would really like Delrin mounts to keep the weight down, but haven't been able to find anything.

Thanks for the help!
They are the only ones that I know of at this time. There may somebody else but I have not heard of any.

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If you consider delrin, why not polyurethane? they're pretty stiff.

On a little search I did, I found the following post from this thread (which dates from 2007):



From their site, it seems they didn't go through with the idea. All they have is a rubber isolator kit for aluminum bushings (which they don't seem to offer either). It might be worth it to contact them to ask questions about why they choose to not offer these bushings (alu or delrin).
Thanks for the info! The car is getting a cage installed and it will be tied into the frame so the we dont want the body to move. It has to have solid mounts.
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