The root of my "clutch judder"

Discussion in '1947-1954' started by Zig, Nov 11, 2017.

  1. Zig

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    I think I know why my truck likes to "judder" every now and then. It's been really pissing me off, because I KNOW how to drive a stick.
    So hopefully it isn't too hard to replace these mounts.
    There is a local welder who can put a stick to the cross member. The mount on the passenger side is held in place by gravity.
    It should be so sweet when all this is fixed.
    I don't like our dependence on technology, but I love my iphone's ability to get photos of all of this! Cool stuff~

    Capture.JPG top view of bad.JPG other side of mount.JPG
     
  2. Zig

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    By the way, anyone know where these motor mounts can be had? It could just be me, but it seems our host only shows '54 on up. (?)
     
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    Thank you, Bill! The first one looks just like it. Of course, so do the rest of them!
    It's good to know they are out there and don't cost an arm and a leg.
    Guess I won't be driving my truck for a while however...
     
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    Shudder? Looks more to me like the drivetrain is saying "I am thinking of leaving you Zig"
     

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