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Kind of an unusual question. The M151 begin production in 1959 by which time the M60 was starting to come into the system. There may have been a mount that mounts to the front passenger side dashboard. There is also the possibility that several foreign users of the M1919 may have had a M1919 dash mount. A picture would be of help. Thanks.
 

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Kind of an unusual question. The M151 begin production in 1959 by which time the M60 was starting to come into the system. There may have been a mount that mounts to the front passenger side dashboard. There is also the possibility that several foreign users of the M1919 may have had a M1919 dash mount. A picture would be of help. Thanks.
It is a dash mount on the right side for the 1919.
 

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Pretty sure the unibody of the M151 would not support it, and one was never made for it. the Willys and M38 had one. I have had a M151 for 25+ years, and in all my resarch and reading have never seen a dash mount. You cannot mount a 50 cal in MUTT due to lack of mechanical support - it tears out of the floor. But as noted above photos would help- You might also try ythe Mil vehicle boards since they are more likely to have people with jeeps -
 

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Pretty sure the unibody of the M151 would not support it, and one was never made for it. the Willys and M38 had one. I have had a M151 for 25+ years, and in all my resarch and reading have never seen a dash mount. You cannot mount a 50 cal in MUTT due to lack of mechanical support - it tears out of the floor. But as noted above photos would help- You might also try ythe Mil vehicle boards since they are more likely to have people with jeeps -
Thanks you all. Have a Great Army Day. P.S. I also have a M998. I need a 50 cal mount for it. I will also check M2HB site.
 
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