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Old 12-01-2009, 08:33 AM   #11
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If you can get a engine lift, that will help support the engine when you change the mounts.
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Yeah thats no problem. I did a full "tune" on the ricer'* mazda that lives next door to me. He has a lift and he now owes me so im positive he'll let me use his.
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That should make touching rice worth while then.
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For the benefit of the OP (and myself because I plan on doing this when things warm up next year) I pulled the part numbers and prices from RockAuto.com

Motor mount - ANCHOR Part # 2896 - $39.79
Transmission rear left - ANCHOR Part # 2898 - $22.79
Transmission front left - ANCHOR Part # 2897 - $41.79
Transmission center - ANCHOR Part # 2895 - $41.79

Total cost for the parts is $146.16. That'* not too bad when you price against Autozone--$239.96!
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oh wow they must have updated there catalogue. about a week ago they didnt have all 4 mounts on there. Man you gotta love rockauto.lol
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Purchased all four mounts from Rock auto. all 4 look to be in good shape. I'll keep everyone posted on how the install goes.
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I'm interested in hearing how it goes. i have a 2000 SSEi just like you and I also plan on replacing all of the mounts. Good luck!
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