Originally Posted by Uncle Ben
This is a Cruiser not a "Dark Side" "twisted" mini!
Also, the IPOR is 3/8" thick with 1/4" strap spacers at the frame mounting points.
Oh, I thought cruisers had lots of torque and therefore a fair amount of driveline twist. My mistake.
But seriously, if they use the stock rubber mounts that would explain it. Bud uses those, right Dave?
Mine is rigid to the Tcase, then urethane mounts outboard where it attaches to the frame. Not just minimal twist, it immobilizes the driveline and therefore saves the motor mounts. Yet no vibration. FRORF is pretty innovative. Admittedly not as much bottom protection as a Budbuilt or IPOR, but the mini transfer case is extremely tough and just needs a glide plate.
I guess cruisers are a bit more delicate, the extra protection makes sense.