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Old 05-30-2006, 03:16 AM   #1
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I have a shot tranny mount on my 93 and was wondering if the 94 I have would work? The 94 looks the same except it has a shock thingy on it. Anybody know if it will work or not?
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Aye, the Torque Axis Mount it the one on the right side on top, It rarely goes out.

The Front Transmission Mount is the one I delt with for months, going to a solid mount then finally a 94 mount. There'* only one change to make, You need a longer bolt to hold the mount+tranny to the engine. Got mine from the junkyard.

The Rear Transmission Mount is the hardest to change as you have to get it over the sway bar, under the steering rack and jammed under the transmission, This one is likely blown.

The dogbone or right rear mount is only visible from the bottom, Would be easy to change but the lower bolt goes in the wrong way, you'll see what I mean. The front left mount being blown will make this one die inside a week.
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BTW it is the front tranny mount that i'm needing to replace. Willwren what mounts are you currently running on Greenzilla?
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I'm running all new OEM 93 mounts on the zilla. Front mount is shockless.

95 has the shock, it is OEM. I don't have a preference either way. Based on Dame'* work, I'd go where your wallet dictates. I trust his test completely.
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Does anyone have the part number off hand of the front tranny mount?
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