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Old 10-29-2011
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Icon4 heavy duty transmisson and engine mounts..

i have a 2006 ford ranger sport 4x4. my transmission and engine mounts are bosted. im looking to replacing them with some heavy duty ones but no one seems to mave them for a 4.0 sohc engine. any ideas on where i can find them. stores, shops, websites.. any thing helps thanks guys...
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just install the factory mounts , heavy mounts will prevent the engine and tranny from pivoting side to side ,
if you bolt in heavy duty mounts , the engine will fracture the frame rails over time , the engine needs to flex , it is called torque pivot during acceleration
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