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chrisgixer

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Re: Diff mounts...
« Reply #60 on: 16 February 2014, 22:06:04 »

What shaw is that material Al, do you know? :)

:y
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05omegav6

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Re: Diff mounts...
« Reply #61 on: 16 February 2014, 23:24:33 »

What shaw is that material Al, do you know? :)

:y
75-80, but feels more like concrete ;D

All fitted and been for a quick blat, seems ok...  haven't driven it in anger yet as ramps and tools loose in the boot, but doesn't seem overly harsh/noisy...
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chrisgixer

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Re: Diff mounts...
« Reply #62 on: 16 February 2014, 23:29:07 »

Feels like concrete to the touch/holding the part in your hand...?


But ok to drive? Could void holes be drilled if too hard? :)

Would be interested to drive it.


Could the same goo be used to fill in the standard voids? Guessing yes.
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05omegav6

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Re: Diff mounts...
« Reply #63 on: 16 February 2014, 23:34:45 »

There's alot less give, ie none, than I was expecting, but they locate the subframe to the chassis, so won't separate like the oe ones, besides the diff itself is still mounted to the subframe with the original bushes :y

Don't see why you could simply fill the spaces on an intact mount, but might not be that straightforward  :-\
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