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    Default Dakota '97-04 Gen III 5.7/6.1 Hemi Motor Mounts

    The Dakota 1997-2004 Gen III 5.7/6.1 motor mounts are now available through HiPoTek: http://stores.hi-potek.com/dakota-19...-hemi-5-7-6-1/







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    Awesome man!

    Any solid mounts?

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    Any solid mounts?
    Not sure at the moment. The poly mounts do hold the engine securely.
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    Very nice, Richard!
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    Thanks!
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    Hi Rich. Nice job with those. You ever think of producing 440 mounts as well?

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    Hi Rich. Nice job with those. You ever think of producing 440 mounts as well?
    Yeah, I picked up a 440 engine and trans last year for that purpose. I just have to get around to it. Now that I have my fixture table in a spot where I can use it, I plan on finishing the upper control arms next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Dak408 View Post
    Yeah, I picked up a 440 engine and trans last year for that purpose. I just have to get around to it. Now that I have my fixture table in a spot where I can use it, I plan on finishing the upper control arms next.
    I know hemis are the more sexy combo but I came from a realm where they were just putting hemis into Road Runner type cars. 440's were much more streetable and as fast or faster than the street hemis in real life.
    I met a guy this past summer at Epping who had a stroked 440 (512) in a Coronet. Was doing 11.60's NA. Weighed just over 4000 lbs. He built this motor for under 8K and runs on 92 gas. He drives it to the track.
    The potential for 440 stroked engines with aluminum heads, intake and aluminum water pump is outstanding and the thing would weigh about as much as an iron 360 with these mods and you could do it for cheaper.
    Just makes more and more sense to me the longer I think about it.

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    Nice job Richard. Top quality as always.
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    Thanks!
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    I’m not planning in going to the HEMI platform anytime soon, but I want a set to put on the shelf just in case
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    Wow, pull the 6.1 out of my srt8 Jeep ..... tempting

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoFastGray View Post
    I’m not planning in going to the HEMI platform anytime soon, but I want a set to put on the shelf just in case
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Dak408 View Post
    Now that I have my fixture table in a spot where I can use it, I plan on finishing the upper control arms next.
    *Heavy breathing*

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Dak408 View Post
    Yeah, I picked up a 440 engine and trans last year for that purpose. I just have to get around to it. Now that I have my fixture table in a spot where I can use it, I plan on finishing the upper control arms next.
    Awesome!!! I cant wait to buy the upper control arms.
    Always great products from Richard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Dak408 View Post
    Yeah, I picked up a 440 engine and trans last year for that purpose. I just have to get around to it. Now that I have my fixture table in a spot where I can use it, I plan on finishing the upper control arms next.

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    Whatch got...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t9-5.2 View Post
    Whatch got...
    If that was towards me then, its going to start as a early 5.7 block. stockish cub. 11:1 compression carbd, 7500rpm, nitrous motor, controlled with holley hp cause thats what parts i have currently. But i will be gather parts to switch to turbo, efi, on methanol.

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