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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-29-2017, 12:58 PM Thread Starter
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Trunion arm Spacers

Hi Guys,
Can any of you advise me on where to buy high quality round Poly trunion arm spacers. I have one missing and in the process of truing and tighten up the drive train on my 91 SV.

I also need advice on the rear transmission mount spring bushing. I ordered a new bushing and pressed it into location. The bushing came with two large 1/8" thick rubber washers which I assume install on the inside of the frame mount between the frame mount and bushing. Is it normal to have horizonal transmission movement between the mounting frame and the transmission bushing or do the rubber washers need to be thicker or more added to fill the gap.
Something is moving down there because I have seen signs of the flex joint hitting the tunnel.
Both front engine mounts are solid and rear transmission bracket bolts tight.

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Bob

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Performatek sell poly washers for both the trunnion and the tranny mount. Call and talk to Andy before you order.
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