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12-01-2012 07:42 PM
Dizle Definitely the passenger motor mount, get the Ford one your wallet will thank you later on from not buying another one! Mine shook like hell esp when cold, DEA mount lasted a couple hundred miles then took a crap. New Ford one is smooth as butter, I'm sure it'll last a lot longer!
12-01-2012 05:08 PM
sailor Look at "replaced motor mounts, still have the vibes" thread if you want to see why we recommend the stock Ford parts for this issue....

Luck!
12-01-2012 04:43 PM
zetecDon Moved to "General Technical Chat" since this is more related to general maintenance than performance.
12-01-2012 02:37 PM
Screachin93 When one mount goes bad then usually the others go so it would be best to replace all of them together. They work as a team when one goes the others pick up its slack. I replaced all mine at the same time I went OEM for the passenger and trans mount but Massive inserts for the dog bone.
11-14-2012 03:15 PM
bringler26 I'd replace the passenger mount and rear mount first. Just be sure to install them properly. There is a how to some where I can't seem to find right now.
11-10-2012 03:12 AM
amc49 Go after passenger side mount first for vibration at idle in the cold, most comes from that one.
11-09-2012 07:17 PM
hitman2012 go OEM, I learned from my celica that the mounts from other dealers just dont hold up. Also either energy suspensions or whiteline offer replacment bushings for the tbone mount, I have done this already on my old mount and it worked like a champ
11-09-2012 09:51 AM
ZXthrizzle05 Yea I am all stock mounts cept for dogbone. My shifts with the boost seems to destroy the stock bushings
11-08-2012 01:41 PM
B&WScrew Got mine from Steve a couple of months ago when I had to relace the trans in my daughter's ZTS. The dogbone one has a revised design that requires a new bracket and bolt to go with it. Smooth as silk now!
11-08-2012 12:24 PM
cody.carr
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Originally Posted by cdbertrand View Post
any particular mounts i should get? its got to where it shakes my chance pile in my cup holder. talk about an annoying sound.
Since you dont like the viberations, dont get the VF engineering mounts, go for the OEM replacements, call up steve at tousley ford. he gives us deals.

phone: 1-800-328-9552
Order online: http://www.tousleyfordparts.com/
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