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Old 12-01-2009, 01:04 AM
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Default M-7 Motor Mount options??

What is a stronger option for the rubber motor mounts on an 05 M-7? Looking for something with a harder durometer rubber. It looks like they are pressed in but you have to buy the complete plate from Cat. Anything in the aftermarket?

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I have heard that the 06 m7 mounts are stiffer, not sure, but worth looking into.
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on our 1100 stroker motors we ran the 03-05 440 race sled motor mounts, i got mine right through cat but i think you can get em from d&d also.

the race sled mounts were a harder duro, alot more solid and much less motor movement... did pass a little more vibration through the chassis though, but nothing to worry about or really notice.
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