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I have a rattle with my exhaust pipe on the cross memeber for the transmission mount. It looks like there's a little rubber space or something normally to avoid that from vibrating but I don't know if I can just replace the rubber, or do I have to replace the whole thing? What would the name of the parts be I need to get to fix it? My wife says where the piece welded to the exhaust pipe is, it fits into a square rubber piece and that rubber is old so it's loose and allows the tailpipe section to move and hit the cross member. Any idea where I can locate something like that square rubber or how easy it would be to replace?

 

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Reference the attached picture:

 

I think what you're referring to is the assembly of items 7, 8, 9, and 11. The rubber insulator

is available from Quadratec (http://www.quadratec.com/products/52449_0563.htm) for $4 bucks,

but it is held in place by a riveted bracket (5300-0104). The part number is 5300-0101.

 

Alternately you might be able to harvest a reasonably good replacement assembly from the JY.

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Mine had that same rattle, turned out to be the cat was toast. Good thing there aren't any emissions down here in Barrow County Georgia....lol

 

Mine's for sure that hanger. I have just enough miles soon to start having the cat maybe go out soon. :cheers:

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