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Old 09-13-2017, 07:53 AM
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Default 1995 Thunderbird Rear Suspension Insulators

The rear brackets on my 1995 Thunderbird rotted out and so in an attempt to replace them the bolts thru the insulators to the frame are frozen. I have looked everywhere and Ford has discontinued the insulators (part number E9SZ5D006A) and I have been unable to locate anything. Does anyone have any ideas where I can get these. I thought I'd look in a junkyard but I'm guessing I'd have the same issue with the bolts as well.
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Old 10-30-2017, 08:33 AM
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Well, have you tried doing some research on Google? May be you can find the part. Junk yard is the good option you can go for that also.
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Old 10-31-2017, 04:35 PM
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I have been googling the last 4 weeks to no avail. Unfortunately going after used ones isnt an option because the same reason mine have deteriated over the last 25 years and impossible to remove I ran into the same thing.
But thanks for the suggestions anyhow. I need to find someone who can manufacture them
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Old 11-26-2017, 05:18 PM
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Does anyone know if the Rear frame to body insulators for a 2000 cobra are similar to the insulators on the 1995 Thunderbird?
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They are the same up to 04 and don't forget the Lincoln mark 8! It also shares the same irs setup as the cobra and tbird!
I think they were made till 98 without looking them up.
Here in the p.n.w. the mk8 from I think 92 or 93 to 98 are popular and pretty plentiful around here as donor cars! 4 cam 4.6 simular to the na cobra 4cam 4.6 from 96 to 02 and the irs parts minus the hubs and rotors for mustang.
You can find nice ones that run and drive with lower miles that have the beloved ford air suspension problems rendering them as some kids budget honda!
They are a very cool car as with the I think 86 to I think 92 Lincoln mk7! Fox platform and truly the same 5.0 as the mustang!
Tbird, cougar, explorer and mountaineer are different.
Anyways, if looking for stuff for your bird, the mk8 is basically the same car. I hope this helps and I know that I'm 5+mo late to this but I'll look around to my places for them.
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