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post #16 of 26 Old 03-08-2013, 12:35 PM
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Everything should be fine when you get a new mount back in. Your wooden block is holding everything up too high and probably crooked, thats why your shifter is hitting the tub



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post #17 of 26 Old 03-09-2013, 12:02 AM
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You're missing the rubber mount. I would do the torque arm at the same time. That is the round part in the photo. Do you have a suspension lift? Do you have a drop tcase kit or sye?
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You're missing the rubber mount. I would do the torque arm at the same time. That is the round part in the photo. Do you have a suspension lift? Do you have a drop tcase kit or sye?
honestly i dont really know what kinda lift i have. all i know for sure is i have a 3in body lift. i bought the jeep lifted like it is.
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You're missing the rubber mount. I would do the torque arm at the same time. That is the round part in the photo. Do you have a suspension lift? Do you have a drop tcase kit or sye?
and what exact rubber mount am i missing? can you post a pic? sorry this is all new to me lol.
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Like I said dude, transmission mount. Seattle also said get new torque arm bushings while youre at it.


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And yours will look close to mine.


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post #22 of 26 Old 03-09-2013, 08:37 PM
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And a pic of mine. Now get to orderin.
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and what exact rubber mount am i missing? can you post a pic? sorry this is all new to me lol.
It's a hard rubber block with bolt studs in it. About the size of a bar of soap. Like was said, auto zone, napa, all have this in stock. Don't bother asking them for a torque arm bushing because they will just look at you funny and drool. Order it online.
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It's a hard rubber block with bolt studs in it. About the size of a bar of soap. Like was said, auto zone, napa, all have this in stock. Don't bother asking them for a torque arm bushing because they will just look at you funny and drool. Order it online.
Okay! ill give it a try! thanks for the help!
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