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Old 08-26-2006, 12:17 AM   #11
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Yeah im realy hoping i can fix this.... I have to get the part a the Yard, Dealer or Make one from a Hocky Puck...



For every one in a Bad salt state.... Chek your body mounts realy closely,
Mine didn;t look bad untill they broke!

Tracy, if you see this have DitchBoy check his, cuz his car is just as rusty as mine.
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Yep, been there too - looks my 93. The rubber insulator is supposed to have a 1~2” long metal sleeve on the outside of it that fits up into the socket on the frame - so from the looks of your picture, you may have more than two bad. These are dealer only and PN varies with year, suspension option, and position on frame. They are about $6~$12ea GMPD or stealership. I think the spacer (washer type piece) is a few $ more. Hope your sockets on the frame are good – GM wants $750 for subframe.
I have not had any luck at JY - all frames & lower insulators I have seen so far around here are rusted out pretty bad. They don’t look terrible until you pull these insulators out and get a handful of rust (a u-pull JY here has several frames laying on the ground from where people have pulled engine/trans).
The position of your failure is same as mine and I have noticed this area of my frame is often wet from AC drainage. You also ought to check your front ones.
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Cool all fixed.... alittle PITA to do when part of the body mount brakes off in the frame...

but it back together, just went to the dealer and got new ones for $10 each.
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I have the same prob right now on my buick i am looking into how its going to be fixed

you dont have part numbers by chance do you? or what would i even say i need tho bushing :o
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Please dont dig up Old post.

Start a new one and then we can help you out.
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What he said.
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