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This is a discussion on Tranny mount within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I've aquired a 2002 WS6 T/A 6 speed that is in need of a rear transmission mount.Would like to find ...

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    I've aquired a 2002 WS6 T/A 6 speed that is in need of a rear transmission mount.Would like to find a neoprene, or a better than factory mount. Any suggestions on where to purchase? No local parts houses have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennetta View Post
    I've aquired a 2002 WS6 T/A 6 speed that is in need of a rear transmission mount.Would like to find a neoprene, or a better than factory mount. Any suggestions on where to purchase? No local parts houses have them.

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    Welcome! just a bit of advice, if you have to keep replacing your factory style mount its because you have bad motor mounts, took me a few to figure that out, otherwise try
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    yes energy suspension parts is good...i purchased the energy suspension tranny mount when i had my formula...cost me 30 bucks at autozone...and it was well worth it...you'll be surprised how much power you lose due to a broken mount..that mount is much more solid than stock...after i installed that mount i was frickin surprised at what it did!

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    Thanks for the info. Got both tranny & engine mounts ordered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennetta View Post
    Thanks for the info. Got both tranny & engine mounts ordered.

    Have fun doing the mm's

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    Just keep in mind the poly tranny mounts will send more vibrations to the body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Blown Vert View Post
    Just keep in mind the poly tranny mounts will send more vibrations to the body.
    yes..i forgot about that loll..but sooo worth it ..(to me it was)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOMbitch View Post
    Have fun doing the mm's
    I have a lift. Is it easier from the bottom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennetta View Post
    I have a lift. Is it easier from the bottom?
    yes on the tranny mount...have never done motor mounts on these cars but on older cars it was easier from the bottom..i just pulled the mm bolts out...put a board across the front pully and jacked up the engine...but like i said..im not sure about these cars.

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    put a jack on one of the 'arms' of the motor lift it enough to get the pressure off, remove the long bolt going through the mount then procede to remove the other shorter ones holding the mount to the body. should take about 3/4 hours for a first time, theres alot in the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by needls1again View Post
    yes energy suspension parts is good...i purchased the energy suspension tranny mount when i had my formula...cost me 30 bucks at autozone...and it was well worth it...you'll be surprised how much power you lose due to a broken mount..that mount is much more solid than stock...after i installed that mount i was frickin surprised at what it did!
    Did you get the universal mount? On the website there are two different GM mounts. Which one do I need for an A4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramtough9 View Post
    Did you get the universal mount? On the website there are two different GM mounts. Which one do I need for an A4?
    I'm not sure if it was universal. I went to autozone and asked for the tranny mount for my formula. It may fit many applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by needls1again View Post
    I'm not sure if it was universal. I went to autozone and asked for the tranny mount for my formula. It may fit many applications.
    it fits!!! i have it on my car.


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    Quote Originally Posted by needls1again View Post
    yes on the tranny mount...have never done motor mounts on these cars but on older cars it was easier from the bottom..i just pulled the mm bolts out...put a board across the front pully and jacked up the engine...but like i said..im not sure about these cars.
    a PITA, just lower the K member and let it hang if you're doing mount and stand or solid install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joedude02 View Post
    it fits!!! i have it on my car.

    well how does it feel? does it seem like more power is getting to the ground?

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    definitely alot stiffer than before. i bought it mainly due to the counter price difference from the parts store and the stealership.

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