Body mount complete kit

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I don't want to be beating a dead horse here, or asking a question that has been asked repeatedly. But somehow waiting for some bodyfill to dry I got bored and pulled my bumper, then removed all my body mount bolts...

Now I need new body mounts. And I'd like the most complete set possible... Not the most complete kit. The most complete set. Even if I need to buy two aftermarket kits and some random bolts and washers from the hardware store, that's what I want to do. LOL
 

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I’d go with the kit Energy Suspension sells, even includes the dummy bushings that go near the shock mounts in the rear. Unless you want rubber.


Just installed that kit this last weekend. Used the body mount bolt kit from Mikes Montes too. Everything worked as it should.
 

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Nice. Thank you all. Yeah the energy suspension kit was the one I was looking at but wasn't sure if it included the #3 and the dummy bushings.

I'm reusing most of my bolts there's only two with any rust on them the rest spun right out.

My car doesn't have a #3 bushing. Anything I need to modify to install that?
 
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I don't want to be beating a dead horse here, or asking a question that has been asked repeatedly. But somehow waiting for some bodyfill to dry I got bored and pulled my bumper, then removed all my body mount bolts...

Now I need new body mounts. And I'd like the most complete set possible... Not the most complete kit. The most complete set. Even if I need to buy two aftermarket kits and some random bolts and washers from the hardware store, that's what I want to do. LOL
I purched these when I did a partial was happy with price and product
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-...0001&campid=5335822911&icep_item=223876021422
 
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Nice. Thank you all. Yeah the energy suspension kit was the one I was looking at but wasn't sure if it included the #3 and the dummy bushings.

I'm reusing most of my bolts there's only two with any rust on them the rest spun right out.

My car doesn't have a #3 bushing. Anything I need to modify to install that?

not unusual for these cars to be missing a body bushing from factory. You won't need to modify anything to put one in
 

superbon54

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Nice. Thank you all. Yeah the energy suspension kit was the one I was looking at but wasn't sure if it included the #3 and the dummy bushings.

I'm reusing most of my bolts there's only two with any rust on them the rest spun right out.

My car doesn't have a #3 bushing. Anything I need to modify to install that?
You could modify (shorten) one of the crush sleeves that comes in the bushing kit. I just used the bushings and washers on mine.
 

druggles85

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not unusual for these cars to be missing a body bushing from factory. You won't need to modify anything to put one in

I guess I'm just confused by why the number 3 bushing bolts need nuts, there's no holes in the floor to access a nut.
 

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