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T-case mounts

Im gettin ready to put a lockrite in the rear of my sami. So i figured it would be in the best interest to go ahead and put in new t-case mounts. My question is, which ones should i buy. Pretty much every aftermarket company sells them, but which is the preferred one.

Also, now that the t-case arms are no longer the weak point, what is the weak point.

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Re: T-case mounts

We carry poly mount kits in stock for $21 (all 3 mount points). Off-road.com did a review and install on them last month. IZOOK is working on an install article right now. We also have beefed up factory arms, complete new custom arms, combination kits, you name it....

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Re: T-case mounts

hey zukinut,when you do your t-case arms you must do the poly mounts.the stock rubber mounts are only bonded to flat plate with studs on them.my short arm stock rubber mount let go and caused the side to break out of my new 4;16 t- case.you can build up your own t-case arms for about $5.00.I-ZOOK had a site for building them up .hope this helps,RR

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