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Hi, all! I am new here. I have owned a Tracker 800sx crew for a little over a year now. I am having an issue with the front, top differential mount. In 4x4, when I give it gas, the power output makes the differential hit a part of the frame do to what I believe is a broken mount. I have used the search function but could not find anything so I created this post. Attached are pictures showing the broken mount.

I do not understand how the mount works and service manual did not go into great detail. Am I missing a rubber bushing? Could I weld the piece with a hole in it to the mount itself or should I see about getting a new mount? Could someone post pics of theirs? 

 Sorry for all the questions and thanks in advance!

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