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redcarwire
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 shock mount

The right rear shock mount as pulled through the body on my car. Off, since the car has very little rust, but gets driven in lots of snow and has 200k+ miles. Left side has some rust but look solid. I also put sport shocks on my car and have some very rough roads in my area. Should I cut out the section from a junk car and weld it in for can I weld in a plate and reinforce it?

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 RE: shock mount

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Originally posted on 08-15-2010 by redcarwire
The right rear shock mount as pulled through the body on my car. Off, since the car has very little rust, but gets driven in lots of snow and has 200k+ miles. Left side has some rust but look solid. I also put sport shocks on my car and have some very rough roads in my area. Should I cut out the section from a junk car and weld it in for can I weld in a plate and reinforce it?

ive seen people with rock crawlers have replacement cutouts welded on you can get one from a junkyard but you aer not guaranteed anything especially if you drive on really rough roads, it would be a good idea to use one as a template and then fab your own.

also you should brace the rest of the metal that is connected to where the mount came throughcause it is definately weakened(as far as the other side it may not need to be replaced yet, but a little reinforcing could always help!). thats some heavy duty spit!

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