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Old 08-20-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
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For Trade:Massive Dogbone Mount for OEM Mount

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone had a low mileage OEM mount for my 05 focus.

Ill give u my Massive dogbone mount but I would need your mount first since I dont a spare mount and some $.

Thx!!

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Old 08-21-2013, 07:02 AM   #2
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I have a OEM mount from my old '05 for sale in my thread in this section. Don't even need your Massive one!
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:29 AM   #3
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Old 10-18-2013, 06:16 AM   #4
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Old 10-18-2013, 11:38 AM   #5
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i have a stock one laying around with probably about 50k~ on it out of my 07, i'd be willing to trade you for it and i'll even pay for the shipping costs.

also why are you wanting to go back to the stock rear mount?
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:11 AM   #6
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i have a stock one laying around with probably about 50k~ on it out of my 07, i'd be willing to trade you for it and i'll even pay for the shipping costs.

also why are you wanting to go back to the stock rear mount?
I was planning on using it with the turbo kit but dont have the funds to buy it now.
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Why not just keep it though? Its a stiffer mount than the stock one giving you a little more torque to the ground and making it a little more fun to drive. I would recommend running it even on your NA car and since your only using the lower torque mount you shouldn't have any vibration issues. I have a full set of VF engineering mounts on my NA car and it causes a slight vibration at idle but goes away as soon as you start moving and I can definetely tell a big difference. Also another added benefit of keeping that mount is when the bushings wear out it only cost $30 dollars for new bushings instead of $80 for a new stock mount. And if you have a whole set it only costs about $120 to replace ALL the bushings, and the passenger side mount is $180 by itself and it is the one that likes to go bad and shake the car to pieces haha. Anyways I would recommend keeping that mount and running it even on your NA car... unless you plan on selling the car or something
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Why not just keep it though? Its a stiffer mount than the stock one giving you a little more torque to the ground and making it a little more fun to drive. I would recommend running it even on your NA car and since your only using the lower torque mount you shouldn't have any vibration issues. I have a full set of VF engineering mounts on my NA car and it causes a slight vibration at idle but goes away as soon as you start moving and I can definetely tell a big difference. Also another added benefit of keeping that mount is when the bushings wear out it only cost $30 dollars for new bushings instead of $80 for a new stock mount. And if you have a whole set it only costs about $120 to replace ALL the bushings, and the passenger side mount is $180 by itself and it is the one that likes to go bad and shake the car to pieces haha. Anyways I would recommend keeping that mount and running it even on your NA car... unless you plan on selling the car or something
I had the VF driver side mount too but I sold it. Im not into the racing scene anymore. Im more laid back for a while now. I just want some deep dish rims and a focussport turbo kit.The mount gives to much vibration for me when I run the a/c and when I release the clutch. Plus this car is a daily driver. I like the advice though. Unless someone sells me there stock mount.

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No problem I was just curious why you were wanting to get rid of it when most people are trying to get one haha and I know I said it before but I do still have my stock mount with about 50k~ on it if you want it i'm willing to trade and i'll pay for shipping, I know it has a decent bit of miles on it but its just an offer
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I had the VF driver side mount too but I sold it. Im not into the racing scene anymore. Im more laid back for a while now. I just want some deep dish rims and a focussport turbo kit.The mount gives to much vibration for me when I run the a/c and when I release the clutch. Plus this car is a daily driver. I like the advice though. Unless someone sells me there stock mount.

Thanks,

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I'd keep it, for your going to need it w/ a turbo. Laided back w/ a turbo kit=
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