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B C Cracked/Broken Lower Engine Mounts

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Wilson

10-17-2003 18:05:16




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Is it typical to see lower engine mounts on the B's and C's that have been broken/cracked and then braze repaired? Does anyone know why they fail (overload, under designed, front axle strut rigging problem)?




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john

10-18-2003 19:41:08




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 Re: B C Cracked/Broken Lower Engine Mounts in reply to Wilson, 10-17-2003 18:05:16  
no it is not typical,,it is abuse !!!



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Eldon (WA)

10-17-2003 21:41:42




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 Re: B C Cracked/Broken Lower Engine Mounts in reply to Wilson, 10-17-2003 18:05:16  

I think it all stems from abuse. I happen to have a CA with all 4 tabs welded on, plus the NF broke off and a truck axle welded in its place. The sheet metal was trashed, the grill smashed in and no 3rd gear. I believe a previous owner used it at his sawmill to push logs.

I think if a B, C or CA has the front side weights and someone pops a "wheelie", chances are something is going to break if it comes down hard.

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Wilson

10-18-2003 09:12:40




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 Re: Re: B C Cracked/Broken Lower Engine Mounts in reply to Eldon (WA), 10-17-2003 21:41:42  

Thank "Eldon"

Are the mounts actually welded or brazed?

By the way, I live in Renton.



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Eldon

10-18-2003 13:08:19




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 Re: Re: Re: B C Cracked/Broken Lower Engine Mount in reply to Wilson, 10-18-2003 09:12:40  

These are all cast iron welds....and done by someone who knew how to weld, too. I just got done grinding the welds off of the rear rims.....they had welded the eccentrics to the rails. Fortunately I was able to save the rims, but not the eccentric assemblies.

I swapped a C rearend on it because 3rd gear was out.....got it running and it runs nice and strong. I plan on taking the guts out of the engine and putting them in another CA that has a bad engine but good block.

I'm over here in Spokane.....

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