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Tranny Rear Mount And Bushings

Old 05-02-2004, 06:00 PM
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if they look like this they need to be replaced. it had gotten to where when i would go over about 80 in 4th or 5th it would hop and vibrate so bad that it would make the cd player skip. put the new ones on and tested it out, smooth all the way up to 120
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yep id say those are bad
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mine ratlles in 4th going about 40-45 mph, I need new ones, where did you pick them up at?And how much?
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what did you get at 120?
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Originally Posted by drunkin_idiot' date='May 2 2004, 05:35 PM
mine ratlles in 4th going about 40-45 mph, I need new ones, where did you pick them up at?And how much?
that sounds more like the u joints. i got them from mazdatrix and the 2 bushings and the cross mount part were about $110
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Originally Posted by ambassador_josh' date='May 2 2004, 05:35 PM
what did you get at 120?
120 is all shes got, its an auto. it might go a little faster but it would take a while
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ah, i see
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Originally Posted by Shane.Trammell' date='May 2 2004, 06:00 PM
if they look like this they need to be replaced. it had gotten to where when i would go over about 80 in 4th or 5th it would hop and vibrate so bad that it would make the cd player skip. put the new ones on and tested it out, smooth all the way up to 120
wow i've never seen ones that bad
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gah, they're fine shane heat them up and fuse them together



My notchy shifting problems where fixed by replacing the same thing believe it or not. I have no idea why.
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Originally Posted by Apex13B' date='May 2 2004, 08:50 PM
gah, they're fine shane heat them up and fuse them together



My notchy shifting problems where fixed by replacing the same thing believe it or not. I have no idea why.
that affects a lot more than you would think. when its bad everything is out of place so linkage is bad. i wish i would have had a camera down there so i could have seen how bad the thing was hopping
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