While most people know the benefits of upgrading a vehicles suspension with polyurethane components, the Cab & Body Mounts are often overlooked. Factory mounts are constructed of rubber that breaks down over time and exposure to the elements. As they break down, they become less effective at isolating the cab from chassis noise and vibration. In extreme circumstances, worn body mounts can cause the body to shift on the frame and increase body roll. Numerous problems with components that attach to both the body and the chassis, such as mechanical shift linkage, are also indicators of worn body mounts.
I am installing new springs & shocks,shackles,all steering linkage. I am looking around under the Jeep. I weld a few cracks, etc. I am looking and I see NO body mounts just worn bolts & nuts. My question is did all Jeeps have BODY MOUNTS or BUSHINGS? Or are mounts & bushings an updated better version, over just nuts & bolts Thanks again for the GREAT Service, Dennis Bravo
Asked by "D" or "REF" from SAN JOSE, CA on
D or Ref, all Jeeps should have body mount bushings in between the frame and body. So a kit like the Daystar Body Mount Kit will be exactly what you need. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 939 from SAN JOSE, CA on
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