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Hello everyone! I just bought a 2006 ZX3 that has bad mounts. From searching the internet, it appears the chinese/part store quality mounts are junk. Thus, I've been searching for OEM mounts but am having a hard time figuring out exactly what I need. Does anyone know the part numbers of these 3 mounts? Are the mounts below what I need? Sorry for the dumb question, but I'm getting conflicting info and need to make sure I'm buying the right parts.
 

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Not sure about links on OEM ones but for the lower dogbone mount I'd suggest popping the old rubber bushings out and putting Poly bushings in. Only cost me $30 and about 2 hours all together. Makes rowing through gears much smoother
 

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2006 2.0L Duratec manual trans Ford OEM pns:
Front mount (passenger side): 5S4Z-6038-BB
Torque mount (dogbone): 5S4Z-6068-BA
Transmission mount: 5S4Z-7M121-A

I am not a Ford dealer - please double check before purchasing

Good luck
Paul
 

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2006 2.0L Duratec manual trans Ford OEM pns:
Front mount (passenger side): 5S4Z-6038-BB
Torque mount (dogbone): 5S4Z-6068-BA
Transmission mount: 5S4Z-7M121-A

I am not a Ford dealer - please double check before purchasing

Good luck
Paul
Thanks. Those are the part numbers I came up with too. However, some sites say that some of them aren't compatible. It's confusing.
 

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You can go to Tascaparts.com, enter vehicle information, then enter the part numbers provided by Paul and they will verify the correct part numbers before shipping.
 

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I went OEM for the top 2 mounts and got the Massive SS Bushing kit for the dogbone. Top mounts were no problem. However, I can't get the dogbone back in after installing the purple Massive bushing. They are much larger than the OEM I pulled out. Several hours of frustration later, I feel like I wasted my money. Gonna search for an OEM dogbone I guess.
 

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I went OEM for the top 2 mounts and got the Massive SS Bushing kit for the dogbone. Top mounts were no problem. However, I can't get the dogbone back in after installing the purple Massive bushing. They are much larger than the OEM I pulled out. Several hours of frustration later, I feel like I wasted my money. Gonna search for an OEM dogbone I guess.
It took a bunch of wiggling and pushing and pulling on the motor to get my Massive Dogbone installed. did mine in a shop on a lift and still took us almost an hour and a half with 2 of US. it's well worth getting it wiggled into place. it DOES fit even though it looks like it doesn't.
 

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Unfortunately, it's just me, my garage, and a trolley jack! I can get the big, rear facing bushing in, but spent hours hopelessly trying to line up the smaller, front side one.
 

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you referring to lining up the bolt hole thats horizontal in the dogbone?

*IF* i remember right we got the rear bolt in first but NOT tightened all the way, than then used a jack under the front of the dogbone and carefully spun it up til it was close and then used a screwdriver to line up the hole perfectly , adjusted the jack to hold it right there and then shove bolt thru and tighten by hand to make sure you dont cross thread it.
 
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