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> FS: Weltmeister Delrin Transmission Mounts, Aluminum Lowering Blocks Included
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post Apr 12 2017, 11:01 AM
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I have a set of installed but unused Weltmeister Delrin Transmission Mounts. I think these have a aluminum lowering block added to them as well.

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Asking $50, shipped. Make me an offer. Thanks ~ Cole
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What is the purpose for the aluminum lowering block (why lowering the rear end of the powertrain)?

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What is the purpose for the aluminum lowering block (why lowering the rear end of the powertrain)?

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The PO of my car had created a "custom" (and I use that word loosely) engine mounting bar to lower the engine and used these blocks to lower the tranny. He was trying to lower to CG of the car for racing, or so I was told
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