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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 08-18-2016, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Body Mounts - OEM Rubber, Polyurethane, Hydraulic???

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So i've read & read & read about body mounts. Some people LOOOve rubber (lol) and HAAAAte poly, others say just the opposite. there are threads all over even this forum debating what's going on and why...but then i saw somebody ask about 'another' option?
Somebody asked about 'Hydraulic' mounts/ obs section but whatever: Replacement body mounts to recommend

There is this 'unicorn' type of body mount called Hydraulic Body Mounts? Are these available for, say, a 2006 CCLB F250? the internet is keeping this incredibly hidden from the turd for some reason!

neither here nore there, i saw the absence of a busing on the rear of my truck... i said that ####'s gonna get replaced soon! but with what product? Anybody have experience with these hydraulic mounts (if they even exist)?


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

Don't exactly exist. Did you read that thread?
I've seen some people do a air ride setup like the OTR trucks.

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

yeah i read it, but same ol same ol, some people like poly some people like rubber lol

now this air ride setup you speak of, i hadn't thought about that at all! i bet its a pita to install though lol


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

Was just checking since you asked about the hydraulic. Lol
I seem to remember a couple crew cabs doing the air ride.

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dang, i wonder how much control I'd have over that sweet spot, ya know where it'ns nice and comfy but won't sling you out the window! plus, if i had a descent compressor, i'd have whatever air bags i want under the axles and maybe a train horn too!


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

Here it is. https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?url...2&share_type=t

Air ride cab ideas.

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woohoo!


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

Poly's biggest complaint is squeaking

Rubber con=

OEM price and compresses over time

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

If you lube them right, they won't squeak.
I thought the biggest compliant was transferring more vibrations into the cab.

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

me too!

...and are oem really that pricey? that sucks


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