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Old 10-11-2006, 05:16 PM   #25
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I need a longer hiem....... And a cold beverage... Also any kind of new MOUNT would do.

Good job on the install and the write-up.
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Old 10-11-2006, 05:23 PM   #26
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Liquid01? Why do you need a longer hiem? And whats the issue with the mount on your vehicle
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Old 10-11-2006, 06:54 PM   #27
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Hey john, looking at your 1st pic where do you get the "inch" on the bracket to offset? would you add metal?
I would move the holes an inch (or what ever is possible) towards the end of the bracket that has the mounting hole for the ETD.

I would only add metal if the holes were close to the edges, you MAY want to grind off the humps on the side of the bracket that goes towards the timing belt.... just for clearence if its needed. Mine didnt need it but if you change the holes the humps may get close to the timing belt.
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Old 10-11-2006, 09:44 PM   #28
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anybody know if you can buy those mini strut looking things online at all? Im fairly handy with the welder and wouldnt mind making my own brackets
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Old 10-11-2006, 09:52 PM   #29
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^^ I would definately be interested in being a tester for it. Where can we find these again?

Also, where does the second bracket attach to the body of the car?
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nevermind just found a website with the damper only for 45 bucks. just ordered 2.....

mikey ill make you one next :)
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Old 10-12-2006, 07:54 AM   #32
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I was just makin a joke... Get it(Longer heim)... I have no issues with my mounts(married 17 years). They are the VF style and holding up fine so far.
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anybody know if you can buy those mini strut looking things online at all? Im fairly handy with the welder and wouldnt mind making my own brackets

I would think about making you own. As of right now the bracket that mounts to the chassis side has been through 3 revisions due to not being able to pass or stress test. This piece is more complicated then one might think. Also Ingalls ETD is different than any other one out there on the market. If you bought Ingalls ETD's for 45.00 a piece congrats on the score!
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^^ I would definately be interested in being a tester for it. Where can we find these again?

Also, where does the second bracket attach to the body of the car?

As of now Ingalls has sent out a total of ten kits. Some Focus owners dont even know they are getting them yet! I know Tony at New Edge performance has them for you guys.


Also one bracket attaches to the engine mount and the other to the three chassis side mounting holes under the coolant over flow tank.
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if you need anyone local... im in c. springs. i have a procharger going in here real soon and would be more than willing to drive up to the shop to give you guys some r&d time. pm me if that'll work.
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the zx3 mount won't work on the svt due to the VCT...same reason the alternator mounting is slightly different
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