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Anyone ever removed the inner sections of the motor mount? 

I'm going to be replacing them with the poly inserts from Genos or from polybushings.com

 

I have engine out and mounts off of engine. I assume they are just pressed in, and I need to press out? 

 

 

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So here ya go, you can press them out. 

Used a 1 inch drive 2 3/8 socket and an old bushing from a machine as a push through, worked like a charm. I did have to cut the bolt end off but someone's else's case maybe different cause mine were froze in. You will have to use a press to get them out... 

I'll clean them up, paint them. Then order a set of poly bushings to put in. 

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If anyone need exact dimensions let me know I saved old inserts. Just in case you folks wanted to lathe a custom press tool. The socket worked great, GP, brand, but there is always room for improvement... 

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4 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

The older these trucks get the harder and harder it is to remove pressed together parts. 

I have opposite problem.  Older I get, my body parts fall apart all by themselves:lmao:

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I was pretty shocked than nothing I took of my truck for the head gasket swap was seized. Not surprised on the drivers side but the exhaust side bolts had never been turned other than the turbo back in 07. I did leave behind a little DNA here and there.

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