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3stagevtec wrote:Update, the Window weld didn't hold out.. It is way to soft to be used by itself and the inner sleeve was flexing alot, which then caused it to come free from the urethane..
To completely rebuild a suspension mount, i'll need something that dries alot harder! As far as i see, the window weld will only work good to reinforce existing rubber mounts..
Slayer wrote:i filled the spaces in all my mounts with the 3M windshield urethane about a year and a half ago for 2 reasons, to decrease engine movement and to extend the life of the mounts.
i'm pleased with the results so far, the increase in vibration felt or heard inside the car is negligible. good cheap mod.
i was advised that i should do all the mounts, packing only one with polyurethane will transfer more stress to the unpacked mounts, don't know if that's true but i did all anyway. one tube did all easily.
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