Try these guys. They custom manufacture one-off specialty rubber/urethane
metal parts very reasonably priced. One of our local LBC club members had a
steering rubber donut/metal union made for a ?Triumph? for about $75 CDN.
One of the owners is a racer.
Worth a look.
>Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 10:49:55 EST
>A question raised on another group and repeated here in hopes of hitting a
>Motor and transmission mounts were, I believe, manufactured in a mold in
>which the rubber was poured and in some manner bonded to the steel plates,
>around the mounting bolts, or what have you, on the various types of
>Some are no longer available, and failing the location of something similar
>that can be modified, the question arises as to whether modern glue
>technology might be up to simply using adhesive to bond new blocks of
>or urethane compound to the old, original steel plates/bolts/bits.
>Does anyone know if such glues exist and can you point me at them? You
>wouldn't want them peeling off rom vibration or rocking motion of the power
>train, so you'd want something with a good bit of 'sticktion'
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