- Mar 4, 2008
got ya, thanks guys
That's going to be loud as hell.
Weld looks a little cold. I do like the gloves though =)
This is a good idea however I'd rather not pull the whole rear end apart to weld a tab and put a bracket on. It would be easier and cheaper to just get a diff cover. Or what if you did just one of these mounts?
The seams are welded three inches out on both sides of the diff mount. Then inch on inch offf with the spot welds inbetween.
Sorry if bringing back the thread. I am doing a DD Street/Track car that will have full interior but about 650 WHP. I am currently at the point of deciding which route to take as far as the rear diff. I have 2 rear sub frames, one with solid alum bushings and the other is the old UMS style alum with urethane insert. So 2 questions. Would it be worth my time, money, and car to get the solid sub frame bushings you have in your pics greengoblin and twicks6? And also would I benefit from this rear diff "upgrade"? Obviously noise isnt a factor as I have full solid urethane mounts on the entire car and the damn thing might as well be a full race car. Any input is appreciated. Thanks!
Well ill definitely be upgrading it was just a question of the route. So far with the bracing this looks to be a better solution than say the Frontline 5 Point Rear Diff Cover only because this stops the front and not just the rear from twisting. Then again I could be wrong??