like the 95-96 GP'*.
Thanks for the compliments everyone. Glad you like our sigs too PJ
Don, I did paint
the dogbones, and parts of the engine, so it looks new. That could be why you thought I replaced them already.
The RSM dogbones are $70 each, I think..the guy at RSM actually wasn't 100% sure.
But they are polyurethane and are claimed to recover 10lb/ft of torque. If OE replacements could do that I would just do that for cost sake. But if they are just rubber I won't get OE. The guy at RSM mentioned that I could just replace the rubber I have with the polyurethane bushings. There isn't anything wrong with the metal dogbones themselves anyway. I'll just have to find the right size bushings.
I put the car in drive today and revved while my foot was on the brake, and the engine didn't torque TOO much. But when I shut it off it kind of shakes a little more. And who knows how much it torques back when I give it all I have on the highway. I may have to replace that fluid-filled mount too.
This is a good car. 53,200 miles and runs great. I'll just continue to watch the coolant level. It has been dropping recently, and I sure don't have several hundred bucks to have the gaskets replaced.