SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mounts, XJ Cherokee

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Product Name Price Qty
SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mount Jeep XJ Cherokee (OFFSET)
$85.00
SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mount Jeep XJ Cherokee (CENTERED)
$85.00
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Heavy Duty Transmission Mounts for Jeep Cherokee and Comanche models

SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mounts, XJ Cherokee

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  • SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mounts, XJ Cherokee
  • SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mounts, XJ Cherokee
  • SFR Trail Proof Transmission Mounts, XJ Cherokee

Details

The stock Cherokee Transmission mount was never designed to handle serious abuse. It's weak and often sags out of position which puts excess load on the motor mounts causing them to fail prematurely as well. Our heavy duty mount solves all that. It's constructed from 3/16" thick steel and the bushing is housed in a 1/4" thick shell. The bushings are polyurethane and are the most common standard size to make it easy to service them when necessary. These pair perfectly with our heavy duty motor mounts. Keep your drivetrain where it belongs, and stop repeatedly replacing the stock mounts that just aren't up to the job.

The offset mount replaces Anchor Part #2625, which has the 4 crossmember studs offset to one side. This fits most 6cyl Cherokees from 1987-1998 and is the most common.

The centered mount replaces Anchor Part #s 3188 and 2570, which have the 4 crossmember studs centered. This fits most 4cyl Cherokees from 1987-1998 and all 2000-01.

These will not fit with the Peugeot manual transmission.

Please check your vehicle and application before ordering. Jeep was not totally consistent with what mounts got used, and it's also common for people to have mixed parts over the years. The best way to get the correct mount the first time is to look under your jeep and see if the crossmember mounting studs are offset or not. We've also made a video to help you figure out what you need below.