OK - I thought you were looking for smaller ones. I was thinking of using a sandwich affair, adapted to the flat mount I made. By itself it did nothing to stop vibration. On the motorcycles I used to work on if the mounts got loose it would tear the bike up. When we would tighten the bolts it would go away. I was thinking that was the problem with the happy time bikes, so I think they need a top mount added! I have a Moon Doggy and it has very little vibration, also a very small frame. Love your machining and all your help. Have fun, Dave
Originally Posted by Creative Engineering
Thanks, they worked out really well. The piece that you see in the photos is identical to a motorcycle swing arm bushing, (a rubber filled bushing), they were the upper A-arm bushings for a 73 chevy Nova...exact same concept. And yes the vibration isolation was complete.