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    I need the differential mounts for a first gen Miata. Mine happens to be a 94. Mine are all worn out, and the diff is moving around when I let off the clutch.
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  • #2
    man those are a b!tch to get out, usually they get destroyed. I use a hole saw to pull them myself. recommend new, especially since a multitude of urethane mounts hit the market within this year.
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    • #3
      The mounts above the diff 'ear's are easy to remove....unless perhaps your removing the rubber part from the metal. I have lots of diff mounts, some from very low mile cars.

      EDIT: I think however your referring to the bushing/mount in the diff ear itself....which is another story. :lol:
      Last edited by metalman; 02-25-2009, 11:30 AM.
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      • #4
        I need these things.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ben91 View Post
          man those are a b!tch to get out, usually they get destroyed. I use a hole saw to pull them myself. recommend new, especially since a multitude of urethane mounts hit the market within this year.
          I would love to get new, but can't afford it, and the noise/shaking has been getting worse lately.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Acro View Post
            Thats what I have.
            You may also need to check the bushings Ben was speaking of, they are pressed
            into the diff housing itself.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by metalman View Post
              Thats what I have.
              You may also need to check the bushings Ben was speaking of, they are pressed
              into the diff housing itself.
              I will. How much you want for a pair of low mileage ones?
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              • #8
                Doesn't somebody make an insert to stiffen up the stock mount? I'd love to find a set of those.
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