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bwaits


Hauling
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posted October 17, 2002 03:08 PM

Engine Mount Needed

I am in need of the engine mount for a 74 REPU. This is the flat steel part that mounts to the front cover of the engine and then to the two rubber motor mounts. Any one with info on a crossover part or have one for sale please let me know.

       
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rotarynews


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posted October 17, 2002 03:14 PM

Fairly Sure...

I'm failry sure this cross member peice is the same one on all early-front mounted rotaries... any 12a RX-7 should do. The only exception may be the 84-85 13b from the GSL-SE.

Rubber engine mounts should be the same as a 12a out of an RX-7 also.
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jfaplanet


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posted October 17, 2002 08:26 PM

I have a spare

I just went and looked and I have a spare one from a 12A RX-7 if your interested. I don't know if I have the mounts but I have the cross piece. If you want it, do you want it sandblasted and painted. Do you also need a front cover from a 7 to put a late model 13B in an early car or truck. Let me know if you need any of this.
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