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Old 04-04-2007, 10:54 AM   #21
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Hell, I think I'd rather go OEM or mix and pour my own Poly. Or OEM.

The Torque-axis mount has been traditionally the least important mount on the 91-99'*. It'* the front and rear trans mount that cause the most flex.
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my first impression was that pouring your own poly would be the best way to go with this situation, then while reviewing the thread with a buddy, he informed me about this alternative method. Worth looking into atleast
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Over 179,000 miles and 10 years if this has torn only this bit..I'm not sure if it will be a larger issue with the added power. I believe this takes abuse when the front trans mount is bad.
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