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    Default 404 engine mounting WTB

    Now that the 309 is becoming better sorted I'm getting my 1966 404 back together. It seems the alloy piece that connects the underside of the block to its rubber mount has gone missing, probably at the engine shop that cleaned the block.
    I have managed to find a 2 litre one but the early ones have a different angle, the 69/70 models are the same as 2 litre, so looking for 1968 or earlier I would think. I've noticed the alloy piece on the other side comes in two different types as well. I will fit it up with what I have and see what gives but if anyone has an early one I would be grateful.

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    Hi Graham,

    What bits do you need exactly?

    How do you tell the difference between the early and late ones?

    I should have some spare ones squirrelled away in the shed. I have/had both motors, but kept all the mounts.

    Cheers,

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    1814.02 and 1814.08, can you check the model/date changeover for these two items? Also 1814.14 shown separately, need to check this as well. Two types shown for the other side of the engine, as expected.

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    The wrong one will fit but not very well, stresses the rubber.

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    OK, will check for you over the weekend.

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    Thanks

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