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Cradle mount bushings - 1997 Dodge Intrepid

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  • Efstathios Govas May 11, 2010

    what about the bushings?? they doo have a tendancy to go bad but arent that bad to replace,they come in 4 pieces per mount,the rear ones go bad more often on the front cradle,hope thats what you were lookin for

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They are very hard to get apart and may require a torch to cut them out. new ones come in two halves (buy both halves) and install is a breeze.

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well that depends on a number of things. can you ndescribe what led you to believe that you though you needed motor mounts and carriage bushings? it would help a great deal if you could elaberate so i can give you the best solution.

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FIRST TRY TOUR LOCAL AUTO PARTS STORE, THE GM DEALER OR TRY E-BAY. THANKS MATTHEW.

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