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  • QMopar
    started a topic Solid subframe mounts

    Solid subframe mounts

    Maybe I posted this in the wrong place before but I'm interested in solid sub frame mounts for my 1975 Imperial. No one that I've contacted seems to know anything about the C body mounts. FirmFeel makes them for late B, & F,M,J, but nothing for C's. They did say they'd be interested in possibly making some if I could come up with one.

    So as to not disable my car while searching for them, I'd like buy a used one to fabricate a solid alternative. Would anyone here have a stock one they'd like to sell or maybe take some pictures and/or dimensions of one? I'm not sure if they're all the same or if there's a difference front to rear. Any help would be appreciated.

    Or if anyone knows anybody who makes solid mounts, I'd be grateful.

    Thanks,

    ~Q

  • QMopar
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    Originally posted by CudaZappa View Post
    Never did anything for a c body so I don't have any idea what would fit or not, I also haven't made any in a few years now.
    fair enough. Thanks for the reply. I guess I'm in uncharted territory with solid sub frame mounts for a C body. With no one seeing or knowing what one looks like, I'm beginning think that MaMopar didn't even put bushings non C bodies! Undaunted, I will press on looking for them. Thanks again....

    ~Q

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  • CudaZappa
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    Never did anything for a c body so I don't have any idea what would fit or not, I also haven't made any in a few years now.

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  • QMopar
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    I feel like a dope but I don't see any sub frame bushings for a 1975 Imperial on that page. Am I missing something?

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  • Magnumguy
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    https://www.suspension.com/moparcar.htm

    About 1/3 of the way down the page.

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  • Magnumguy
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    I think PST makes Poly mounts, not as good as CudaZappa's solid ones, but a good alternative.

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  • QMopar
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    Originally posted by Cranky View Post

    Upon further review, those are motor mounts...
    http://imagesrv.catalograck.com/imgVD/ENE/17351.pdf

    Back to the drawing board...thanks for looking though,

    ~Q

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  • QMopar
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    Originally posted by Cranky View Post
    That might be them! Thank you! I'm going for more road feel and my buddy runs solid bushings and said it made a world of difference. I wonder how much more "road feel" these will give me than stock. Thanks for the find nonetheless!

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  • Cranky
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    Would these be them?

    http://www.carid.com/1975-chrysler-i...-11085176.html

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  • QMopar
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    Originally posted by Cranky View Post
    Cudazappa may know or even have some. If he doesn't want to make them, I have some 4" diameter aluminum stock I just bought for another project that they could possibly be made from. I'm thinking they are oval shaped?
    You'd probably know more than I do - I really have no idea what they look like. I'll keep you posted. Thanks for the reply

    ~Q

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  • Cranky
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    Cudazappa may know or even have some. If he doesn't want to make them, I have some 4" diameter aluminum stock I just bought for another project that they could possibly be made from. I'm thinking they are oval shaped?

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  • QMopar
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    Originally posted by hemisatellite View Post
    ask cudazappa
    I sure will - thanks!

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  • hemisatellite
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    ask cudazappa

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  • QMopar
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    Originally posted by Cranky View Post
    What do they look like? Could probably make some if I had a print......
    That's kinda the whole deal - I'm looking for a used one, or someone who knows what one looks like to fabricate some. Ideally, I'd like to not disable my car to hunt these down. I've asked the Imperial Club website, CBodysOnly, CBodyDryDock, two Facebook sites, Ehrenberg and here. I figured someone would have one or know "...it's like a late B or F,M,J body...blah, blah, blah) but, so far, haven't come across anybody or any business who knows/makes them.

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  • Cranky
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    What do they look like? Could probably make some if I had a print......

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