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Transmission Mount

The Ford dealer wants 35 bucks for the transmission mount for my truck (2000 4x4 5 speed 4.0L Supercab). I checked rockauto they list two but their descriptions are confusing. I think its the first one, but I figured id check first. Which one is the right one?

ANCHOR Part # 2639
w/ 4WD; Trans w/ AT, MT
Regular Cab 2 WHEEL DRIVE
4 WHEEL DRIVE
w/ RWD; Trans w/ AT, MT & Regular Cab

ANCHOR Part # 2666
w/ RWD; Trans w/ AT, MT & Super Cab
Super Cab 2 WHEEL DRIVE
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I think they're all the same?
the one Jacob has for his 3.0/Auto looks the same as the one i just put in for my 4.0/5 speed.


looks like the only difference is super cab/regular cab.. sooo try 2666?
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I think they're all the same?
the one Jacob has for his 3.0/Auto looks the same as the one i just put in for my 4.0/5 speed.


looks like the only difference is super cab/regular cab.. sooo try 2666?
damn thats the more expensive one.....
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if it was me i would get the one that says 4wd
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I could probably get you one from the jy man. I know where one is in vancouver... You're talking the tranny crossmember right?
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Eh, I bought the cheap one. Well see if it works.
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2 and 4wd are the same i would think. I think the mount is before the tail housing..

what did you pay? I got mine through work for like $16? haha
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To my knowledge, ALL trans mounts are the same for 98+. my brothers 2wd coilspring manual is the same as my 01 4x4 manual and is the same as my buddy's 01 4x4 auto.
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they should be exactly the same because all it is, is a housing extension and they bolt in the same. i can post up a pic of mine if you want and show you what it looks like. just got a new one from rockauto the other day. stealership wanted 35 too and i got mine for 8 bucks on rockauto! win!
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