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Ok, I've searched the online parts manuals, bought the online d/l service manual, and searched in forums, but no luck so far....



the rubber isolators in the motor mounts are just mushy in this thing, and need to be replaced, BUT the part number does not appear to be available anywhere. Anyone have any ideas?

Anti-Vibration Mount
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number 20 on diagram
I also need this part. Is anyone know where to buy?
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They appear to be rubber isolators I do not see why they could not be made from a hard rubber or from urethane by a machine shop. Interesting they have o-rings so I expect the inside is oil fed for some reason. I assume they were trying to isolate all vibrations from the rider so if you do not mind it being a bit more vibrations you have some leeway. I would not solid mount it because if the vibrations are too harsh they will possibly cause cracking of chassis.
 

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They appear to be rubber isolators I do not see why they could not be made from a hard rubber or from urethane by a machine shop. Interesting they have o-rings so I expect the inside is oil fed for some reason. I assume they were trying to isolate all vibrations from the rider so if you do not mind it being a bit more vibrations you have some leeway. I would not solid mount it because if the vibrations are too harsh they will possibly cause cracking of chassis.
Ducvet do you have picture of this part?
I can not find it on the internet.
I would like to see how it loks realy before I unscrew my.
 

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Popped mine out and it is a rubber dampener on a shaft (motor mount sleeve) that they have lubricated with oil for some reason. The outer pieces have o-rings to keep the oil in the mount, only about a tablespoon amount of engine oil in mine.
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If you have a manual you should look into what oil they do use inside as you do not want anything to weaken the damper.

There appears to be no oil access into the mount area so any oil in there has to be put in there on assembly.
 

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When I pun my finger here it is some kind of soft rubber?
Because of that I tink it is for change but maybe it must be that?
 

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Yes all the black parts are rubber.

Hard or soft may be subjective, I would say the end caps are a fairly hard rubber bonded to steel.
 
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