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Old 08-14-2011, 01:31 PM   #11
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Well new mount is in. It'* so nice putting it in gear now and not having a huge jolt lol.

Of course It didn't fix anything with the vibration issue, but figured it wouldnt.

Shocks are good everything looks great all wheels balanced etc..but somehow I still feel like its a wheel ..just is that kind of vibration. Doesn't do it under 65 or over 90 but everywhere in between there its like I'm driving over rumble strips.
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ive had the same problem and did a cnc mount out of round stock and urethane bushings i made works way better then stock but a cheaper method is the hockey puck mod works good but ur mount is toast lol from just seeing it in the video
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