null

2.0 Inch Bushing Replacement for Two Motor Mounts

AWR Racing

(1 review) Write a Review
$36.00
SKU:
AWR-2400-2
Weight:
1.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Adding to cart… The item has been added

Product Overview

This kit comes with four replacement bushings to fit in two engine mounts.

These bushings are the larger style (2.0 inch barrel) which are black in color. AWR's replacement Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings are for AWR's fabricated motor mounts. Motor mount bushings are available in four durometer specifications. 2 bushings are required per motor mount, this specific kit provides four replacement bushings to complete replacements on two mounts. Engine mount bushings are available in four durometer specs. 

62 - 70 durometer is recommended for daily driving with little to no mods. 70 - 88 durometer is recommended for lightly to intermediate modification levels. 88 - 95 durometer is recommended for highly modified street and track builds. 

  • 62 durometer (ultra soft)

  • 70 durometer (soft)

  • 88 durometer (medium)

  • 95 durometer (hard) 

Please specify which mounts these bushings are for in the notes box at checkout. Some may need a slight trim and we would prefer to do that service here at no charge!

Have any questions? Email ali@awrracing.com or use our live chat located on our website!

Fixed shipping applies to orders within the United States. 

 

How to swap bushings:
1. This process is best performed in a bench vise. Drive the center steel sleeve out with a punch and rubber mallet. 
2. Insert flat blade screwdriver into urethane bushing and line up where the two bushings meet in the middle. Drive out one side of the bushing. Once one side is complete, drive out the remaining side. 
3. Insert new bushings by hand as far as they will go. Pinch in vise to set against the barrel. Insert opposite side and repeat. 
4. Insert metal sleeve  and pinch in vise or use a rubber mallet to seat. Do not hit the sleeve with a steel hammer! 
 

Reviews

(1 review) Write a Review

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    62Duro is Best Duro

    Posted by Gavin on 7th Nov 2022

    Went from 70 to 62 duro and the difference is night and day. NVH went from shaking my headlights out of the car to being like and OEM+ engine mount. Drivetrain movement is nearly the same (with poly diff mounts granted). Half the rattles in my gutted track car have gone away. Easy to change bushings (with small hands) by unbolting and jacking up the motor, with the ppf and header bolted on.

You may also like...