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Old 07-05-2012, 07:15 PM   #1
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01-05 competition motor mounts. these are very low milege less than 3,000 heres a link to the retailer i got them from http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda.../61-08498.html 150$ shipped




na alternator almost new, super low mileage(less than 3,000) remanufactured unit, i used it on my car for the built in voltage regulator 50$ shipped


thanks for looking pm me if u have any questions

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Old 07-05-2012, 11:40 PM   #2
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which durometer are they?
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Damn if these were 70 durometer I'd be all over them.
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Price drop bump someone please buy these, need money to pay child support
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Where is the alternator from?
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How much of a difference in vibration did you notice between these mounts and stock? I've read it's not huge if you already have shot stockers.
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How much of a difference in vibration did you notice between these mounts and stock? I've read it's not huge if you already have shot stockers.

big difference compared to stock. mostly noticeable @ idle but when ur driving its much less noticeable. i dont think broken stock mounts would transfer nearly as many vibrations as these would. buy these and never mis-shift again and enjoy really good torque transfer.
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