Its not exactly solid mount, there is a piece of rubber, about 5/8" think between the mount and the t-case. motor mounts are planned for the same thing, solid as possible but with some vibration control.maritime mudder said:
Sceep> is that mount on the t-case permanent? If so do you think it'll give ya too much vibration? The pic was a big help, now I have an idea on how high it should be as well!!
thank you. that helps me a lot. I was wondering about interferance with the yoke and c/vsceep said:here ya go.. rough draft of it. the front yolk clears the top of it by ~ 1/4".
In between the mounting plate @ the tunnel and the tunnel itself is another pices of rubber.
I dont know Blown but I am assuming he used the short adapter on the C6??? This makes it imossible to use a front CV because the C6 pan is so wide. With the longer adapter and tailshaft you can use a front CV no problem.spoolnaround said:Talk to blown66 about his little probs with a c6 205 in his 66 EB. The CV hit the trans body and no cure, he now runs an AOD.
Note to self: Your in the Ford section????