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Old 03-18-2010, 05:33 PM   #1
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Question Little shock absorber on transmount

I've searched threads here with no luck..... found discussions of it but no part number. I copied the part number off of mine and it didn't come up in searches on Rock Auto.

Can someone please give me a valid part number or source for one of these shocks in the attached photo?

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22175154 is the assembly with the shock. From what I can see you may not be able to get the shock seperately.
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Does #1 look familiar?


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Roy.. different year, different body style, different mount. Great info for the 00+ guys though.

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It'* technically a transmission mount. Under transmission
ANCHOR Part # 2881
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Roy.. different year, different body style, different mount. Great info for the 00+ guys though.

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It'* technically a transmission mount. Under transmission
ANCHOR Part # 2881

Bill, the schematic I posted is for a 97. If it was for a 2000+ I don't think it would show the mount with a small shock absorber. Perhaps Anchor p/n 2881 = GM p/n 22175154.
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Roy..that would require that I actually read the thread. Wow...obviously I need to throttle it back when whipping through the forum. Good thing Venom hasn't setup any radar traps.
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Rock Auto has your part (Anchor 2881) for $41.79.

GM Parts Direct has your part (GM 22175154) for $107.01.

I don't see where you can get just the shock portion, assuming it is a serviceable part. The best option I can provide is Rock Auto for $41.79 for the assembly.
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Same here. Unless you know of someone that ripped the rubber portion and has a spare shock. I did at one point. Pretty sure it went to Frank.
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Thank you very much to all of you that took the time to help. I have a shock on it'* way from a dealership. You guys are the best.
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