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2013-11-06 18:34:03
Is Rock Auto having a laugh?
Correct me if I'm wrong but the gearbox choices for a circa '92 SR powered Sentra consist of one option (in stick shift)? So why does RockAuto have these two trans mounts listed under "manual transmission mount"?:

Anchor brand: More Information for ANCHOR 8315

DEA Brand: More Information for DEA A7329

Notice the bolt pattern where it goes on the front of the trans. It's a complete mirror image on the DEA part. What's even worse is when you put it beside the stock mount it is like 3" longer and those bolt holes sit roughly inline with the bloody bell housing.

Now when I ordered it I just selected the one that was going to ship from the same location as the rest of my crap and didn't even pay close attention to the pictures. I feel like I'm being punished for not putting up with a full set of Prothanes on my DD haha.

Just to note as well. The JDM distributor (I think it must be a "mitsubishi" made one) has an infinitesimally smaller cap with an even less obviously different rotor. It's like they scaled it down just to be slightly different (wtf). So pretty much half of my order didn't fit but that's the risk you take /rant-over.
2013-11-06 22:06:28
comes in auto as well
2013-11-06 22:14:24
Yeah there is. But that part is listed under "Transmission-Manual" There is a different again part under "Transmission-Automatic"
2013-11-09 08:49:06
I had a lot of problems with this. I ordered a manual trans mount and received an auto trans mount. Sent it back and received the manual trans mount with the MX stamp on it. Still didnt fit. I needed a trans mount with BX stamped on it. Could never find one. I said screw it and pressed out the broken rubber and pressed in a prothane.
2013-11-11 11:56:25
Rockauto isn't perfect. See if GregV can get you those. See Gspec in the vendor area.
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