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Differential mounts

Does anyone know where I can get a new rear differential mount? I've searched and a lot of the posts are old and the recommended sites no longer exist. I found the poly front differential mounts but can't find a rear anywhere. I would prefer poly since I'll probably go with the front poly mounts from SCP. If I can't get poly, I'll go with rubber but I would think the poly would hold up better with the mods I'm planning.

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Cobra bushings work. These are the ones I bought
http://www.jegs.com/i/Energy+Suspens...1126G/10002/-1

I just havent installed them yet. I was going to replace them when I replaced my carrrier with a traction lock but the parts came a day after it was finished and havent felt like messing with it now that its 30* outside lol.

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Those only apply to the front, the rear is in question.

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Well... Stick it in her rear and see what happens, the differential that is.


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Well, I could only find one differential rear bracket bushing and it's poly. It's made by energy suspension for $20. They list it as a "kit" so hopefully it's what I need. Guess I'll find out when it gets here. Here is the link. http://www.thepartsbin.com/repsite/o...xt=&model_text
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yea those are gonna be for the front of the diff....
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yea those are gonna be for the front of the diff....
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Well, I talked to someone to make sure they weren't the front ones and they supposedly aren't. The front ones were a different part number. I'll find out when I get it.

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Even if they arent the front ones it doesn't matter, Cobras don't use the same rear mount as the MN12.

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Even if they arent the front ones it doesn't matter, Cobras don't use the same rear mount as the MN12.
That's what I was thinking. I think i'll call them again tomorrow and make sure.

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yea i highly doubt u found the rear rear diff mount in poly for our cars for 20.00....but if ya did u just hit the honey pot
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