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Lord Elastomeric Engine Mounts - Piper

From $163.75 to $598.00
Description Engine Mount
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Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-3804-20
07-01135
$239.95
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Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-3804-27
07-00875
$217.95
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Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-3804-31
07-01137
$347.00
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Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-3804-37
08-00406
$326.00
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-3804-39
08-00407
$598.00
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-3804-40
08-00395
$227.95
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-6230-1
07-01138
$216.95
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Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-7402-16
07-01141
$163.75
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-7402-20
07-01114
$192.75
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-7402-24
07-01115
$189.80
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-12
07-01122
$229.95
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Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-19
07-01123
$239.95
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-29
08-00394
$239.00
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-40
07-01126
$229.75
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-53
07-01130
$235.95
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-55
08-00396
$384.00
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-58
08-03711
$355.00
Quantity
Lord Elastomeric Engine MountJ-9613-9
08-00376
$364.00
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Overview

Note: Please review application guide below to confirm correct part number for your aircraft.

Lord Engine Mount Application Guide (PDF)

These compression type couplings consist of bonded rubber joints pressed into the sockets of metal hubs. These dynafocal engine suspensions provide proper flexible support to isolate engine vibrations and reduce noise transmission to airframe structure in all aircraft applications. Careful design assures maximum strength to hold the engine under ultimate load and emergency conditions. Suspensions also distribute loads in most desirable patterns, control engine motions, accommodate thermal expansion and manufacturers’ tolerances.

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Reviews

Very high quality mount. Installed them on my M2 The mount fits the smaller 1 3/8 eyelet commonly found on early RV3 & 4 engine mounts.

Newtz H Verified Purchase

LORD MOUNT J-7402-24

September 24, 2022

Timothy L Verified Purchase

LORD ENG MOUNT # J-9613-53

May 14, 2022

Timothy L Verified Purchase

LORD ENG MOUNT # J-9613-40

May 14, 2022

What I expected!

Leonard A Verified Purchase

LORD ENG MOUNT # J-9613-40

February 11, 2022

fast shipping

David B Verified Purchase

LORD MOUNT J-7402-24

October 22, 2021

Q&A

Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: What is the shelf life of these Lord engine mounts counting from cure date?

Per the supplier: shelf life on the Lord engine mounts is 20 years.

Q: Does these Lord mounts come in kits? How many comes in each kit?

No, these are priced and sold individually. There will be 2 pieces in the box as a sandwich kit, but if you required 4 for your engine, you would need to order quantity 4.

Q: Is there a way to reference the bolts that would go with these Lord mounts?

Engine mount bolts are not always the same length for every aircraft application. The size is in an aircraft parts manual, or the mechanic will need to take measurements on the aircraft to determine the correct bolts.

Q: Do these Lord mounts come with installation instructions such as orientation and torque setting? I have read that these have to be positioned correctly or can be installed upside down?

They do not. That info should be in your aircraft maintenance manual.

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