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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-29-2002, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

howdy,
what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts? i need to change one of my mounts i broke and need to know how good this system is.
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

Are you talking about the Poly mount kit or the Arms?

I just bought both and will be installing them this weekend.
I'll let you know what I think after the install.

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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

the poly kit looks pretty cool..... think ill get a set and throw them in before i tear these 14 year old stockers up
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

I replaced mine (even the ones that didn't break) with new stock ones. The old ones were so hard, but they were retained for spaires (just in case and do it again).
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

howdy,
the mount kit. i don't need the arms i just got a new set of arms.
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

I think that the poly mounts may not be such a good idea. The rubber mounts are designed to stretch and give. If the same sort of forces are applied to the poly mounts, something else has got to give!
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

howdy,
by chance does anyone know where i can get 3 stock t-case mounts besides a dealership? i'm haveing a problem find stockers on the net.
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

I got mine from Trail Tough.
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

I have three sitting in my garage,

do you need them... ??? I will have to check them out when I get home...
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Re: what do you all think of spidertrax t-case mounts?

Bingo...the frame mounts will go next
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