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Ronnie / splitpile wrote on the dramba that rear trans mounts with 211 part number prefix do not exist. what are these? Turbo Greg bought this nos from bfy last week. i have a set of used ones from kermit i pulled out 3 years ago when i put nos german ones in it. questions,questions, by the way ,since i am a school janitor-no joke, i may not know the answer,but i do have pictures. :lol:

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I love NOS tranny mounts, regardless of the color :grin:

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I gotta ask, how are the type 2 mounts different form type 1?
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211 vs 113 on the part number :grin:

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I gotta ask, how are the type 2 mounts different form type 1?
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i say durometer reading is higher (harder rubber) but they supposedly do not exist. 113 is beetle

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And with Audi logos on the ones David posted, they can't be that old, right? :???:

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that mount is one Turbo got from BFY last week for his 63 westy sub hatch. they gave him 1 brazilian and 1 vw/audi mount. the ones i pulled off kermit 3 years ago had the 211 number and the vw in a circle,but no audi.. i took a picture of turbo's mount for the samba.

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The mount in the picture is currently being made in Mexico by VW. Chris at JS Autobarn is the importer for those mounts to the USA. You may want to call him and see who he is selling them to. They are the best stock style mount you can get.....


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The mount in the picture is currently being made in Mexico by VW. Chris at JS Autobarn is the importer for those mounts to the USA. You may want to call him and see who he is selling them to. They are the best stock style mount you can get.....


Did they ever come up with a good front mount?

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Did they ever come up with a good front mount?


yes. mexican is best at this time. has the vw in a circle as they are genuine vw parts.

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I gotta ask, how are the type 2 mounts different form type 1?
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i say durometer reading is higher (harder rubber) but they supposedly do not exist. 113 is beetle


I just got 2 of these with that part number from a local tranny builder and he said the hardness was higher on them.

Were not NOS though. You could put your finger nail into the side of a 113 with ease but barely on this one.

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