I think you're on the right track here. Making the mounts at the tcase crossmember match the width of your motor mounts is smart, and you've beefed up the frame, so that shouldn't be flexing and causing a bind either. What material are you planning on using for the mounts? Stock soft stuff, bushings, solid? Looks like you solid mounted the cab while you had it off too.
Nice work so far.
Thanks! I believe you are the first person to say this is smart. I Knight you!
Just about everyone else gives me that look, you know, that look, where I'm the crazy one. After I went to your schools! After I went to your churches! oops n/m... all I wanted was a
I'm using LC eng. street motor mounts for the front (motor), so why not match them in the rear too, because I love symmetry
. The whole idea (as you see) is to keep everything flexing and moving the same; eliminate torquing in the drive train, not that its a big deal but.. I was really considering to just buy an FROF T-Case mount and call it done but, I hate underachieving/ undermining myself. I have not found anyone using these LC mounts so I don't know what to expect. Their claim is "comfort of an OEM mount" yet they're mechanically locked internally with a gap, from ripping like the stockers do. .. we'll see.
Yeah I solid mounted the cab (front only as of now) because I want to run a internal cage that ties into the cab.. someday when the cash tree starts growing. My cash tree is like a bonsai right now LOL