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suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts?

 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2019 6:13 am    Post subject: suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts? Reply with quote

Ok Housai guru's...

It's not necessary soon, but eventually I'll need to replace the rubber shock mounts on my CJ's Housai, around the engine mount ring. 
I understand there are (16) total: (Cool on front and (Cool on back?
Are there any special techniques I should be aware of, that anyone has found particularly effective?
Pitfalls to avoid?
Seems like placing a tail stand is wise, and perhaps shoring up the engine to counteract its weight to relieve pressure on the (Cool mounting studs?
Doesn't seem like the studs need to be removed. ?
Planning ahead before I make a costly mistake...
Many thanks all-
Justin Drafts
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:33 pm    Post subject: Re: suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts? Reply with quote

Normal shop engine crane lifting through a fat strap around the gearbox / crankcase interface with tail supported seems to work nicely.

We have given up using the rubber engine mounts. They do not seem to last very long. Instead we use a urethane material that is much more durable. They aren't cheap but then nor is having to change those 16 pesky rubber things every 100 hours.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:20 am    Post subject: Re: suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts? Reply with quote

JL2A do you have a source for these? I need to change mine soon as well. Thanks Robert

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:21 am    Post subject: suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts? Reply with quote

Ah good point, THANKS for inputs... this looks like a good summer project for me.Justin/N280NC
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Normal shop engine crane lifting through a fat strap around the gearbox / crankcase interface with tail supported seems to work nicely.

We have given up using the rubber engine mounts. They do not seem to last very long. Instead we use a urethane material that is much more durable. They aren't cheap but then nor is having to change those 16 pesky rubber things every 100 hours.




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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:37 am    Post subject: Re: suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts? Reply with quote

JL2A wrote:
We have given up using the rubber engine mounts. They do not seem to last very long. Instead we use a urethane material that is much more durable. They aren't cheap but then nor is having to change those 16 pesky rubber things every 100 hours.

Can you please post a source? I'm facing this when I can get around to it...


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:48 am    Post subject: Re: suggestions on changing Housai rubber shock mounts? Reply with quote

JL2A wrote:
We have given up using the rubber engine mounts. They do not seem to last very long. Instead we use a urethane material that is much more durable. They aren't cheap but then nor is having to change those 16 pesky rubber things every 100 hours.

Can you please post a source? I'm facing this when I can get around to it...


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