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Old 11-15-2009, 02:42 PM   #11
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Go back and look at the first picture I posted.
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Ah ha! That is definitely the part I need! I was looking at the whole assembly, and I didn't realize the casting/rubber mount in the middle was separate. Oops.

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Not a problem. I was a bit confused when you said that was not the part.
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I feel like such a nimrod! You put it right in front of my face, and I didn't recognize it at first! Mine is so black with oily dirt from the leaky oil pan, I didn't "see" it as being separately removeable from the bracket that houses it. Learn something every day, I guess.

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Make sure you support the engine when you remove it.
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You need a torque strut. AKA a "dogbone".
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