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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Body Mounts - OEM Rubber, Polyurethane, Hydraulic???

Phil, how long have you had them on now? any squeaking?

i may just give in and buy the polyurethane ones. i just don't have time to flab up something like normal lol.


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Caught some doorman 924329s on sale for the rear mounts... I believe they are the only ones that need replaced

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Re: Body Mounts - OEM Rubber, Polyurethane, Hydraulic???

Quick follow up, these worked out just fine except the bolts supplied are too short. Have to re-use the stock bolts. Anyhoo, cab is sitting strait now, no more clunking, and ride quality is restored!


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Tools needed are minimal
Pic of short bolt in kit
13/16 on pass side
15/16 on driver side ... weird
And then two pics of bolt locations


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Forgot to mention for anybody doing this... I used a normal car jack and random blocks of wood to lift cab for removal/replacement.


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