How To Make DIY Polyurethane Engine Mounts




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driving 4 answers: Watch the follow-up video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBYhdLsQqug
To skip the intro where I explain everything you need to know about poly mounts go to 4:00 where I start taking out the old ones and pouring new ones in.
Since a lot of people are asking this: The product I used is Reoflex 60 from Smooth-On. https://www.smooth-on.com/product-line/reoflex/
I am not in any way sponsored, endorsed, supported, etc. by this company. This info is also in the video description but no one reads that apparently :) There's a lot more good options in terms of liquid urethane out there probably. If you don't want to burn the old rubber and measure the pin position I suggest just filling the gaps of your existing mounts with 3M window weld. It will yield results very similar to what I achieved in this video and it will be less work. I am also not affiliated, endorsed, supported etc. by 3M.

Jose Gil Garcia Garcia: buenas tardes, en mexico conque nombre reconosen el nombre de las recinas?

Jose Gil Garcia Garcia: buenas tardes, disculpe esas resinas conque nombre las consigo en mexico?

thumasta666: if its too stiff you could drill a few holes through the poly.

xdrfox: fire up a barbie and let it burn them out !

xdrfox: remove all amimals from the room

Attila Majoros: Great idea but It1s not so flexible than the original one. Please do not waste paper! Could have used old newspaper or ect. instead of printpaper!

Tim Erickson: I have to say next time I need a carrier bearing insulator for a drive line I'm going to do this. New carrier bearings are $185 up to over $1000 if you can even get one it's in my experience almost always the rubber insulator that rots and not the bearing. In my old Datsun I would of had to get a new driveline made to get a carrier bearing. So I cut up a mudflap and wrapped the carrier bearing every couple years I had to rewrap it . But this man im going to try it.

Peter Fitzpatrick: A couple of questions please...🙄

Is the dye anything special ??
How do u set the shore rating ??
Are there different formulations available ??
Re. the cardboard sticking... petroleum jelly should make a good DIY release agent...

Nice vid.... thanks for your efforts man ... 😎👍

John Burkhart: A must try 4 me

Hobbyfish2u: Custom race dash

TheDaikashido: I've removed the old ones by using a thick metal disk that came from a lamp base, shaving it down to the size of the outer ring and putting a big bolt through it to the other side with a larger diameter pipe and just pressing it out by tightening the bolt. You can use a sawzall coming from the inside if you do that you want to shave most but not all of it out. Use a screwdriver to drive the two sides of the cut apart. Most of these mounts are aluminum they wont take lots of shock. If you're crying about the factory mounts allowing motion...thats for driver comfort when you're marketing something its all about vibration, harshness and noise. Most people dont want to break their eggs and taco shells taking a corner that hard

MysticBlack: They dont make polyurethane mounts for my car so i have to make them so thanks for the tutorial

Leon Dickerson: The one u pick up a 14.29 is not centered

Jose C: Will this absurb shock/vibration the same as the OEM ones?

saqib mughal: hi dear how are u ????
dear can u send me this product name and quality??????
i bought this product

vikramsingh rathore: Awesome! Job. Keep it up and keep posting

분석하다이것을: I wonder if you'd get any success by just filling up the cracks on the old bushings to repair them without having to go through the trouble of removing the whole old rubber.

Nitrospeed Team: is that polyurethane rubber or plastic ?

David QA: min 2:05 esta mal el 1er buje
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driving 4 answers: Watch the follow-up video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBYhdLsQqug
To skip the intro where I explain everything you need to know about poly mounts go to 4:00 where I start taking out the old ones and pouring new ones in.
Since a lot of people are asking this: The product I used is Reoflex 60 from Smooth-On. https://www.smooth-on.com/product-line/reoflex/
I am not in any way sponsored, endorsed, supported, etc. by this company. This info is also in the video description but no one reads that apparently :) There's a lot more good options in terms of liquid urethane out there probably. If you don't want to burn the old rubber and measure the pin position I suggest just filling the gaps of your existing mounts with 3M window weld. It will yield results very similar to what I achieved in this video and it will be less work. I am also not affiliated, endorsed, supported etc. by 3M.

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How to make DIY polyurethane engine mounts