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post #1 of 9 Old 05-10-2013, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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New Revolvers Question

Some weeks ago i got a new set of teraflex revolvers, an hour after finish intalling i went to a trail to test it (and camp). Sadly in the first hard place i was the trans mount broke. I went back to the car service and replaced with a brand new mount, in the same place it broke again...
I didnt think it was becuse of the revolvers but some days ago i readed soething in a mexican forum about the broken mount because of the revolvers but didnt said how fix it to dont break mounts again.
I wonder if someone can tell me why it break a lot and how can i fix it.
The mechanic welded iron reforcements in the transmission mount, but i want to fix it so dont break with the time. I think is because the transmission moves a lot.

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post #2 of 9 Old 05-10-2013, 07:03 PM
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I broke mine without revolvers, but since I installed the revolvers have not had a single issue. I have the daystar poly mount.

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post #3 of 9 Old 05-10-2013, 07:08 PM
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Do you have enough slip in your driveshaft?

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In the front i know is enough shaft, in the rear i need add a little.
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How are the motor mounts? How about the transmission torque arm?

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The motor mounts are fine, i already checked tat, i dont know what u talking me about the torque arm. but that problem was after got the revolvers. Would you please explain me about the torque arm?
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i checked n internet about the torque arm, if is the little bolt that get tight the transmission to the trans skid plate, i think that one lost the nut, you think is for that?
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With your transmission torque arm unhooked it can cause breakage of ujoints commonly but can cause stress to the transmission mount.

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