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fieroflyer mount location pics by crashmydaytona
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Report this Post04-01-2014 08:27 PM Click Here to See the Profile for crashmydaytonaSend a Private Message to crashmydaytonaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Does anyone have pictures of fieroflyers mounts installed on the 3800sc and 4t65hd? It would help my dyslexic mind to get my engine on the cradle faster as well as figure out what bolts i need to buy for mounting them. Thanks for any pics or links
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Report this Post04-01-2014 08:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FIEROFLYERSend a Private Message to FIEROFLYEREdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Trunk side tranny mount requires two new holes to be drilled about an inch inward to work with these mounts. Reason being is if they were to work in the stock cradle holes one of the bolts that the bracket uses on the tranny would be in the way of the rubber tranny mount. Will dig a photo out and post it as soon as I can. Dan
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This is the newer style tranny that no longer has the mounting bosses on the one side. circles are for mounting bolts used purple circled should not be tightened too much it is more for a guide.







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This is the two new holes that need to be drilled in cradle.


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Thanks this should get me going in the right direction.
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I have a bolt hitting the mount on this side as well. I cant get it over the middle hole. Was I supposed to drill new holes on this side?

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Two new holes on other side mount this side you need to use the inner set of holes for Rodney's mount
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