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R380/LT230 Transmission Mounts?

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Rob Dassler is sending my rebuilt R380 and Lt230 back next week and it will be going into my 1983 V8 110. I am upgrading from an LT95 and wondering which mounts I need for the new units. I have looked through the parts manual but cannot find it. Anyone know the parts number specifically for the R380 and LT230 mounts? Thanks in advance!
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Hey everyone,

Rob Dassler is sending my rebuilt R380 and Lt230 back next week and it will be going into my 1983 V8 110. I am upgrading from an LT95 and wondering which mounts I need for the new units. I have looked through the parts manual but cannot find it. Anyone know the parts number specifically for the R380 and LT230 mounts? Thanks in advance!
Same as the motor mounts, #NTC5890.
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I think he is asking for the four physical mounts...
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I think he is asking for the four physical mounts...
Ahhhhhh....ok, scratch that then .
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I think he is asking for the four physical mounts...
Yes the physical mounts not the rubber isolators. Wait, there is 4 of them?! For some reason I thought it was just one for the R380 and one for the LT230 on the opposite side. And I assume my Marsland chassis already has the holes or this is really going to suck!
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Scratch that - thought you were asking on the 300tdi conversion...

Yes, the rubber mounts are the same as the engine, the chassis has bolt holes already and you just need:
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......you just need:
Oh that's just plain mean
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Here are three of them, trying to find the fourth for you. You need 1, 2 and 10 here is the last mount as well. I need to double check if it's the right one. It says disco on it but that is clearly the r380 v8 mount as well... It looks like that site has all the mounts available for sale.
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Oh that's just plain mean
Sorry, sidetracked needing to help customer fitting thrust bushings on a stub...

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Pretty sure most of them overlap with a disco 1. At least the LT230 mounts. Buying them all new would be insane.
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Thanks guys. The pics are so close up I am having a hard time visualizing where everything goes. Didn't I read somewhere that the R380 sits on the chassis cross member? Or am I confusing it with a different transmission?
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Thanks guys. The pics are so close up I am having a hard time visualizing where everything goes. Didn't I read somewhere that the R380 sits on the chassis cross member? Or am I confusing it with a different transmission?
that is the r380 diesel mounts, that cross member will not work with stock exhaust pipes from a v8...
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that is the r380 diesel mounts, that cross member will not work with stock exhaust pipes from a v8...

Thanks Brian. So that diagram says R380 but my research shows that R hand mount (NTC1201) attaches to the LT230. Are there 2 mounts per unit for a total of 4 attachments to the chassis? Sorry but I have never worked on this transmission before.
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Yes, right side attaches to the transfer case and left to the gearbox.
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Yes, right side attaches to the transfer case and left to the gearbox.



Perfect. Thank you! That's what I thought but then he said 4 mounts and I thought 2 per unit.
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