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    Replace Transmission Mount Bushings?

    I have two SC2s, and intend to replace all engine and transmission mounts on both.

    I have read that you can just replace the bushings on the dog bones.

    Is that true?

    And if so where would I look for the bushings and how can I know what will fit?

    I have also heard that poly milkbone bushings make a more responsive ride. What do y'all think about that (pros, cons, personal experience)?

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    The dog bone inserts are sold by Energy Suspension and are manufactured by Prothane. You can also get them on eBay and sometimes Amazon; The Prothane part number is 7-510. They press into an GEN3 OEM dog bone; not the earlier versions.

    https://www.energysuspensionparts.com/7510

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    Does anyone know the energy suspension bushing part numbers for the SDA dogbones?


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