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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Nov 17th, 11, 07:14 AM Thread Starter
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Fesler Solid Body mounts

Hey guys, has anyone used Fesler Solid Body mounts on a first gen. Camaro?
I was wondering how they fit. Do I need to enlarge the holes in the subframe where the bushing mount? Are they the same height as stock bushings? I'm using a TKO 600 and was wondering if I'll run into clearance issues.

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Re: Fesler Solid Body mounts

I have them on my '67. No need to enlarge anything. I'm not sure about the height, my rubber bushings were pretty crushed. I have pics somewhere in my build thread. I'll see if I can dig them up.


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Re: Fesler Solid Body mounts

Here's a comparison pic, old on top, new on bottom. I had to have new plates welded in on 4 of the mounts due to rot, but we used the standard patch plates for the mounts:



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Re: Fesler Solid Body mounts

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Here's a comparison pic, old on top, new on bottom. I had to have new plates welded in on 4 of the mounts due to rot, but we used the standard patch plates for the mounts:

Thanks... exactly the info. I was looking for.
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