Source for Motor mounts and Trans mounts 1964 SDV

Hi.

Where is the best place to purchase good quality motor mounts/trans mounts for my 1964 SDV? I see that Rock Auto has them for $8 and change, and others for $24 and change. Big difference. Is there a better place to buy them from?

Thanks

Norm

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Comment by Norman Silverman on January 27, 2019 at 3:21pm

Don't know why I had not received notice of these responses till today. Thanks Ronnie for the info, and Clovis for your confidence. Jason, I'll take a set of motor mounts from you. The fact that they may be cheaper elsewhere is less important to me than the fact that you as a dedicated and knowledgeable resource for our cars, are supported. To me that's a better "value" than just a cheaper price.  I'll send you a direct email and you can quote me price with shipping.

Comment by Clovis on January 27, 2019 at 10:44am

Norm ive seen your work and you are capable of making the rear engine (transmission mount) yourself. You can make a mould for the trans mount after burning off the old rubber. You can buy a two part polyurethane cheap or just get a tube of 3m window weld for 20 or 30 bucks. If you use the 3m tube just install it in the mold in layers letting it set-up in between. You wont be able to break that stuff. Lots of YouTube videos on how its done.

Comment by Ronnie Lay on January 9, 2019 at 7:47pm

I've used the Rockauto motor mounts and they are good quality, pretty sure USA made for great price.

Transmission mount (TH400) I've used this ebay seller twice https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Transmission-Trans-Mount-1964-64-Cadil..., good price, good quality.

Comment by Jason Edge on January 9, 2019 at 7:44pm

Should be no difference. Should be part # 2238 as part of the catalog # as seen below with the Anchor and Duralast (AutoZone) sourced mounts I have on hand.  I probably have 20 sets but the prices out there on some sites have really dropped recently, below what I paid, and will hold on to mine for the long haul. I think I paid about $10 each for mine and had priced to sell at $12.50 each or $25 a set but again if you can get them cheaper that is the way to go.

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