Author Topic: Tensioner or Rail mounting.  (Read 763 times)

EdDee

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Re: Tensioner or Rail mounting.
« Reply #15 on: February 21, 2019, 11:51:04 AM »
Hi Glort,

Only recommendation I have for rubber mounts is to solid bolt Engine/Genhead etc to chassis, then only rubber mount a subframe that has the things that are vibration sensitive, like the Radiator, PLC and electronics you are going to install on it as a load controller....

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Re: Tensioner or Rail mounting.
« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2019, 11:22:57 AM »

I went to get  some car Mounts but of course the place was out of all of the 5 different ones I wanted to look at.
Were sold out of the trolleys as well.  Feeling dejected I haven't been anywhere else yet.

I have some pretty soft mounts I got off a little China Diesel so I might use them for the control panel if I don't wall mount it. They are way too soft for the size engine and motor I am wanting to use. Also have some Gearbox mounts that are at funny angles but they are amazingly soft coming from a vehicle as well.