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Old 09-08-2010, 11:33 PM   #1
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I think it's for an off-road vehicle, so I posted in this forum...

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I think it's for an off-road vehicle, so I posted in this forum...

http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/4007/enginemount.jpg

Any info would be appreciated.

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I think that might be a like a traxxas or be a associated mgt mount?? Will a. 21 engine block fit in it?
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Yea I agree, It looks like a .21 mount for a t-maxx. I haven't had a .21 maxx in like 10 years so I dont remember exactly. But the mounting points that attatch to the chassis look just like a maxx.
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Yea I agree, It looks like a .21 mount for a t-maxx. I haven't had a .21 maxx in like 10 years so I dont remember exactly. But the mounting points that attatch to the chassis look just like a maxx.
I will lean more on ur answer. I think it is too.
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Yes, that is a big block (.21 / .28) mount for a T-Maxx
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OK, T-Maxx big block. Thanks to everyone who took the time
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