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Old November 13th, 2012, 01:00 PM   #1
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Exhaust Hangers/Bushings

Are there differences between years? I'm looking specifically at the bushing behind the door at the end of the sill. The one on my car (1999) has a 2.5" space between the holes for the hangers, and the Corsa I bought has those hangers spaced 2" apart. Based on the username of the seller, I'm assuming the exhaust came off of a 2002.

I could always modify the existing hanger but I'd prefer buying a new part provided it's not something astronomical.
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Old November 13th, 2012, 01:14 PM   #2
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Front versus rear? Have you tried swapping them?
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Old November 13th, 2012, 01:16 PM   #3
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Front versus rear? Have you tried swapping them?
I haven't. I just found this: Chrysler Parts, Dodge Parts, Jeep Parts - Authentic OEM Car & Truck Parts Direct | FACTORY CHRYSLER PARTS

All of the other VA links have expired, but that seems to have all the part numbers and diagrams. I should know in a minute if I've found what I'm looking for.
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Old November 13th, 2012, 02:28 PM   #4
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Front has one hole, rear has two. Part numbers are matching up between 1999 and 2002, but the seller said he didn't have to modify shit. And to correct my terminology it's referred to as the isolator.

If anyone has their sills off, measuring the distance between the 2 holes in the rear isolator will qualify you for some rep and/or a handjob from Moodie.
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Old November 13th, 2012, 02:47 PM   #5
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My isolator had the number 99201 on it, but that's it. If anyone has a chance to look at theirs let me know if the numbers match. I'm hoping I have something weird on my car and I can buy the stock part to fix it.
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If you can figure out what length you need, just hit up a NAPA as they carry them in many sizes and lengths, in urethane also.
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If you can figure out what length you need, just hit up a NAPA as they carry them in many sizes and lengths, in urethane also.
Sweet! That something VatoZone or O'Reilly would have? Those are more common around here.
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Sweet! That something VatoZone or O'Reilly would have? Those are more common around here.
You can try them, I am not sure. If you have any problems I know a place where you can order some online, if you don't mind the wait.
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Mine are 2.5". Here's the isolators/supports on my 2001 RT/10...

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Mine are 2.5". Here's the isolators/supports on my 2001 RT/10...

That's helpful, man...thanks. Looks like I'll be PMing Mr. Bone.
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Jason. Put the tape measure down and start Zaino'ing your exhaust mounts. The bar has been set and your stuff looks like doo-doo.
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Jason. Put the tape measure down and start Zaino'ing your exhaust mounts. The bar has been set and your stuff looks like doo-doo.
My entire car is filthy. Weaver is going to help me button up the exhaust (need the midpipes fabbed up), help me get all the body panels where they should be, replace a hinge, do my window regulators...then the fucker is getting resprayed and retinted. New Gen. III fog housings to replace the cracked one and depending on how bad I get gouged maybe a new windshield because mine is pitted. If my car still looks like balls after that we can talk.

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