Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Wide Wonderful Wyoming
Re: Solid Body Mounts
My car is too rough to tell. I have not carpet, interior, etc. So it is loud and crude and rattles to begin with. I didn't notice a change in noise but I am not a good judge.
I didn't when I did mine, but I thought about cutting a piece of 1/8" rubber to act as an insulator between the body and the mount, but with the nylon it doesn't have any squeak anyway.
I was not impressed with the difference when I boxed my frame and that is why I decided to go with solid mounts. Anything to stiffen up the car is good for me. I also added a mount in the center of the door. The original was just a rubber cushion and there was a nut in the body so I just added a mount there.
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