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Old 07-20-2020, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default Front Engine Mount Post Length

Curious how long the threaded post should be on a front engine yoke. I suspect mine may have been sheared off and filed, since it seems a little short and has no cotter pin hole. It was mounted with rubber donuts, replacing with the proper spring mount. Thanks!
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Default Re: Front Engine Mount Post Length

Looks like right at 2"

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Curious how long the threaded post should be on a front engine yoke. I suspect mine may have been sheared off and filed, since it seems a little short and has no cotter pin hole. It was mounted with rubber donuts, replacing with the proper spring mount. Thanks!
I have some with cotter key holes some without but approximately all are close to 2"+-
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Thanks so much! Turns out mine was a little short, and on closer inspection had been repaired in the past. Ordered a replacement and all went together without drama. Thanks for the help!
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