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Old 12-03-2009, 02:50 PM   #1
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Atlas Mounts?

I have seen the type of mounts that look like a circle and go over the output cone. I would like to find the other kind of mount that bolts to the transfer case in a "T" fashion and comes down to attach to the skid plate/crossmember with bushings.

Anyone seen these online?

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Your gonna bend the D ring with it mounted like that and kill a bus load of nuns!
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Your gonna bend the D ring with it mounted like that and kill a bus load of nuns!
I promise I'll be careful.

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Your gonna bend the D ring with it mounted like that and kill a bus load of nuns!


I have not seen the one you're looking for but I have been looking for the same thing for my D300. If you find one, let us know.
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I have seen the type of mounts that look like a circle and go over the output cone. I would like to find the other kind of mount that bolts to the transfer case in a "T" fashion and comes down to attach to the skid plate/crossmember with bushings.

Anyone seen these online?

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I think I know what you are talking about, but not sure. I haven't come across anything like it that I can remember. Here is how it was done on mine.


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I think I know what you are talking about, but not sure. I haven't come across anything like it that I can remember. Here is how it was done on mine.


What I have found so far is this:http://www.tmrcustoms.com/store/inde...roducts_id=658

This is the circle I was talking about. The other configuration would bolt across the back of the case, from the cone, the left, to the right side cover bolts and "T" down to a bushing setup at the bottom. I'll let you know what I find or fab.

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Don't know if I would want to attach to the bolts that hold the tail housing and rear seal on, but it may work out well if you put some thought into it.
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Thats the one I used, except now he's doing it with only 1 pinch bolt. Sucks cause you have to take the yoke off if your running anything bigger than 1310 but hey it works and is strong. It won't fit on my new car so I'll be building a plate that just attaches to the tail shaft housing bolts.
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It won't fit on my new car so I'll be building a plate that just attaches to the tail shaft housing bolts.
Want to sell the old one?
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