: Where to find tie bars?



ShadowLvr400
03-30-04, 09:14 AM
The motor mounts, those dog bone shaped bushings up front. On the top and front of the motor. Anyone know where to get those?

ShadowLvr400
03-30-04, 09:41 AM
And didn't some company do some urethane mounts?

Roswell256
03-30-04, 10:05 AM
I'd like to find where I can get a set myself. I have a 94 Concours and the mounts are coroded. They are still perfectly strong but don't look very nice. If you find some let me know. Thanks

-LCpl Fritsch-

BeelzeBob
03-31-04, 12:05 PM
Doesn't the Cadillac dealer have them...??? The mounts are replaced as an assembly...the bushings alone are not serviceable.


Take the mounts off and polish them. They are simply diecast aluminum. Some scotchbrite and "Mother's" polish will make them look like chrome with some elbow grease....LOL

D148L0
03-31-04, 12:28 PM
And didn't some company do some urethane mounts?Here's a couple of links, enjoy.


http://www.energysuspension.com/cad.html

http://www.suspension.com/cad.htm

Had to edit, made a mistake...

scporter
04-01-04, 12:54 AM
I just got them at GMPartsDirect.com for $33 each. These part numbers are for a '96 STS. The dog bone comes with the brackets that fit onto the front radiator sheet metal support.

Scott.

Part: 22145960*

Unit Price: $33.72

Quantity: 1

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Part: 22173251*

Unit Price: $33.74

Quantity: 1

ShadowLvr400
04-01-04, 12:35 PM
Here's a couple of links, enjoy.


http://www.energysuspension.com/cad.html

http://www.suspension.com/cad.htm

Had to edit, made a mistake...


Wrong years...

Pedro
04-02-04, 06:04 PM
So are the eurethane ones available for a 99 Deville?


Mine aren't shot but the rubber does harden with age/heat and this causes a loss of vibration absorption.

I'd change em right now if I could find some eurethane replacements.