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SWD Red Engine Mount 20 to 36/40

Rigid Glass Filled Red Engine mounts. Because this type engine mount is very rigid it helps eliminate noise and vibration. Although this engine mount can take bolts with drilled holes and small adjustments another effective way to mount the engine is by self tapping screws.

The way to mount the engine properly when using screws is to use the correct size drill to make a pilot hole, in which the self tapper is then screwed in. If you have drilled correctly there should be some resistance to the screw turning in and tightening. It should not be to difficult to turn.

When using self tappers in this way it gives the mount a break point if the mount should be involved in a crash. This can save damage to the engine. This type of mount set the standard for many years, it is no wonder it's one of the most popular ranges of engine mounts available

DRM3 20 to 36/40 Size

  • Square Mount at the back measure 49 mm x 49 mm.
  • Bottom Holes are 16 mm centre to centre Approx
  • Top Holes are 33 mm centre to centre Approx
  • The Length from the back of the mount to the tip of the bearers is 74 mm
  • The width of the bearer inside to inside is 31 mm to the outside of each bearer its 49 mm the same as the back square parts across. Your engine lugs need to be 31 mm apart.You can shave a little off the inside of the mounts in order to fit the engine without spreading the legs. If the legs are spread, it makes the mount weaker and it is not good for the engine
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Price

£3.99 Each
 
(inc.VAT)

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SWD Red Engine Mount 60 - 90

Rigid Glass Filled Red Engine mounts. Because this type engine mount is very rigid it helps eliminate noise and vibration. Although this engine mount can take bolts with drilled holes and small adjustments another effective way to mount the engine is by self tapping screws.

The way to mount the engine properly when using screws is to use the correct size drill to make a pilot hole, in which the self tapper is then screwed in. If you have drilled correctly there should be some resistance to the screw turning in and tightening. It should not be to difficult to turn.

When using self tappers in this way it gives the mount a break point if the mount should be involved in a crash. This can save damage to the engine. This type of mount set the standard for many years, it is no wonder it's one of the most popular ranges of engine mounts available

DRM1 60 to 90 Size

  • Square Mount at the back measure 62 mm x 62 mm.
  • Bottom Holes are 27 mm centre to centre Approx
  • Top Holes are 44 mm centre to centre Approx
  • The Length from the back of the mount to the tip of the bearers is 100 mm
  • The width of the bearer inside to inside is 40 mm to the outside of each bearer its 62 mm the same as the back square parts across. Your engine lugs need to be 40 mm apart.You can shave a little off the inside of the mounts in order to fit the engine without spreading the legs. If the legs are spread, it makes the mount weaker and it is not good for the engine
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Price

£4.99 Each
 
(inc.VAT)

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