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2015-08-08 23:56:38
#51
Here's a few more pics of the rear mount and bracket together




2015-08-09 00:10:10
#52
I shoved a couple bolts thru both to give y'all a better idea.. it's easier to see the difference in person For sure..

2015-08-10 03:46:10
#53
@nsusammyeb

the fact that these don't fit does not surprise me in the slightest. I have eyes and can see clearly.

so what is performance plus going to do to rectify this? Probably a whole lot of nothing which will leave me only one option.
Last edited by zeneffect on 2015-08-10 at 22-13-30.
2015-08-12 03:58:23
#54
I took pics an now all I hear is crickets....
2015-08-12 19:33:56
#55
Well now that you have better pictures, what do you want the peanut gallery to say??

A collective response of "uhh, yah, it does not look like it will fit" in a chorus-like reprisal. Better pictures the first time around would have eliminated a lot of fluff in between the beginning and the end (whenever that happens) of this thread.

2015-08-12 19:46:15
#56
Originally Posted by Kyle
Well now that you have better pictures, what do you want the peanut gallery to say??

A collective response of "uhh, yah, it does not look like it will fit" in a chorus-like reprisal. Better pictures the first time around would have eliminated a lot of fluff in between the beginning and the end (whenever that happens) of this thread.



using common sense would have avoided all of it earlier as well... using a ruler when building these and this wouldn't have been an issue to begin with.
2015-08-23 19:54:41
#57
There is an issue with one of those rear brackets. Let me know which one is wrong and I'll get another shipped out to you. They're still rather half ass fitted in these pictures. I'd like to see if the block hole lines up the way it should on that mount. From the looks of things, the only issue is that one rear mount that bolts to the motor. Let me know and we'll figure it out. Nice to see that you actually made some sort of effort. Even if it doesn't really explain what is going on.
2015-08-25 00:57:56
#58
using a ruler is all that is needed. actually mounting them vs measurements that were made before was a waste of time, mounting only confirmed exactly what measuring showed.

also, test fitting/fabricating them on a car with the motor attached when created will help also as the pass side motor mount will dictate the angle of which the rear motor mount will sit. if they aren't parallel to the cross member (which one is not) then it simply wont work.

I'll send the entire kit back (1 of them) so you can see what is going on with the extra wonky one. I'd re-check your jig as well as it seems something has changed drastically between the fabrication of these 2 kits.
Last edited by zeneffect on 2015-08-25 at 01-00-19.
2015-08-26 01:01:07
#59
I agree that something happened. Just built a set for someone else and the only issue was the hole that bolts to the block. The tab was slightly touching where the block wasn't milled. I've made a new template for that and there shouldn't be anymore issues.
2015-10-26 16:14:27
#60
Ok. I finally got the chance to take a look at what's up with these. The bushing is crooked on one of the rear crossmember mounts which causes everything else to look crooked. However, it did bolt in just fine. There's enough play in the bushing that everything was able to be bolted together with no issues. I am sending you a new mount regardless.

The "loop" mount that bolts to the block, we've been having issues with it hitting exactly where you pointed out, you failed to mention that one of them worked just fine, and that the other was hitting. Some positive feedback, and test fits, would have gone a lot further had they been done earlier. Anyways, that has been taken care of and your mounts will be modified to fix the issue. You'll have them back next week sometime.

I apologize for the trouble but this thread is extremely misleading and over exaggerated. The mounts do bolt in, the only issue was the "loop" mount which has been taken care of. I understand that they don't look perfect, but they will be fully functional and ready to be bolted in on their return. I am going to copy this information into the Performance Plus section and thread.
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