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Old 07-12-2019, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I painted this piece that I forgot to put in. So now that I have the motor pinned back in the engine bay, I need to put this rear bank stay on. I am afraid that I will have to pull the motor again to put it on. Can anyone tell me if it goes under or over the rear mount bracket? I might be able to get it on by moving the catelytic converter back out of the way if it goes over the mount bracket.
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Got a pic of the part in question?
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The motor wouldn't need to be pulled. Iirc, it bolts over top of the engine mount bracket. I'm pretty sure you'll want or need to pull the exhaust and tc to get it in though.

It's honestly not neccessary to have. Just food for thought......
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Throw it in the trash for weight savings.
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Thank you. I was able to get it in. I could crawl up under the car and snap a pic if that person wants to see. Luckily I got it on before I put that rear catelytic converter back on.
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