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    I'm wondering if anyone can help me out. I have a 74 W200 with the divorced np205 t-case. I had to have the t-case rebuilt and I want to put in new mounts/bushing. The problem is I can't find anyone who sells them. I found the original Dodge part number 2952371 which is called an insulator. Does anyone know where I could get them, or if I can use something else? Thanks for any info.
    1965 Dodge WM300
    1974 Dodge W200 "Sno Fitter"
    1976 Plymouth Trailduster
    2001 Dodge Ram 1500

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    Is that the piece that someone fabricated from a hockey puck? A company that makes suspension parts (bushings & such) would know where to send you for what you need, if its available.

    Bucky
    1975 W600

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    • #3
      Yes, it does kind of look like a hockey puck. I've checked with a couple of places that specialize in body mounts, but they couldn't come up with anything. I thought that maybe a radius arm bushing off of a car might fit, but I don't know if that would work or which car I would need it from. Also there are four mounting points so I need a total of eight bushings.
      1965 Dodge WM300
      1974 Dodge W200 "Sno Fitter"
      1976 Plymouth Trailduster
      2001 Dodge Ram 1500

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 74dodge View Post
        Yes, it does kind of look like a hockey puck. I've checked with a couple of places that specialize in body mounts, but they couldn't come up with anything. I thought that maybe a radius arm bushing off of a car might fit, but I don't know if that would work or which car I would need it from. Also there are four mounting points so I need a total of eight bushings.
        I also have a divorced 205 in one of my trucks. I know exactly which pieces you are talking about. I think if you could identify what material they are made out of (polyurethane?), then "new" ones could be fabricated.

        Radius arm bushing might be a great starting point. Don't forget to consider foreign vehicles when searching for radius arm bushings.

        If worse came to worst, could rubber from tire sidewalls be made to work? I don't remember the hardness/flexibility of my bushings.

        Bucky
        1975 W600

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 712edf View Post
          I also have a divorced 205 in one of my trucks. I know exactly which pieces you are talking about. I think if you could identify what material they are made out of (polyurethane?), then "new" ones could be fabricated.

          Radius arm bushing might be a great starting point. Don't forget to consider foreign vehicles when searching for radius arm bushings.

          If worse came to worst, could rubber from tire sidewalls be made to work? I don't remember the hardness/flexibility of my bushings.

          Bucky
          The mounts I took out are rubber, but they are so wore out that I'm not sure how thick the bushing should be. I'd like to use polyurethane so that I have a more solid mount, and I really don't want to have to ever change them again.
          1965 Dodge WM300
          1974 Dodge W200 "Sno Fitter"
          1976 Plymouth Trailduster
          2001 Dodge Ram 1500

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          • #6
            Did the same exact thing once upon a time but can't remember how.The mounts for the core support look real similar and are available from Energy Suspension in their D/W 100-300 Body mount kit.#0363936964
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            • #7
              Originally posted by The Other Ross View Post
              Did the same exact thing once upon a time but can't remember how.The mounts for the core support look real similar and are available from Energy Suspension in their D/W 100-300 Body mount kit.#0363936964
              I got an Energy Suspension body mount kit and was able to use the mounts for the cab, just had to cut them to the right thickness. I got the t-case back in and eveything works great. Thanks for the help.
              1965 Dodge WM300
              1974 Dodge W200 "Sno Fitter"
              1976 Plymouth Trailduster
              2001 Dodge Ram 1500

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              • #8
                Super scout specialists sells t-case mounting bushings. IH used divorced NP 202 t-cases among others. They mount (hang) very similar to the NP 205 that Dodge used.

                Bucky
                1975 W600

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                • #9
                  http://www.superscoutspecialists.com...smissions.aspx

                  Towards to bottom of the page.

                  Bucky
                  1975 W600

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                  • #10
                    try the link below / he should have what you need

                    http://www.polybushings.com/pages/transmt.html
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                    • #11
                      Someone on a thread about 205 mounts discussed using 55-57 Chevy front motor mounts, here is a link, if anyone wants to try those.

                      http://www.classicchevy.com/chevy-en...1955-1957.html

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                      • #12
                        Transfer case crossmember

                        Now that we know about the insulators, where does a guy find a crossmember? I have a divorced 205 from a yard, but they destroyed the CM when they took it off the truck.
                        Sorry about the hijack!
                        Chewie


                        1940 VF32 ?
                        1952 M37 318A
                        1975 W200 Crew 318LA
                        1993 W250 360
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by chewie View Post
                          Now that we know about the insulators, where does a guy find a crossmember? I have a divorced 205 from a yard, but they destroyed the CM when they took it off the truck.
                          Sorry about the hijack!
                          The divorced NP205 was used from 69-74. I think you need a CM from a 72-74 truck. I can't remember if it was riveted or bolted to the frame, but the frame rails do hafta be separated a bit to remove the CM.

                          Bucky
                          1975 W600

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                          • #14
                            Update to an OLDE thread:
                            Energy Suspension 5.4101G D100-300 2&4WD BODY MOUNTS
                            Amazon: $72.44

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