I read this from the manufacturer before I bought them:A little homework on your part would have went a long ways my friend, urethane and hardened rubber mounts transmit vibration says the guy who's never run them (yet) but reads things
I feel ya on the 95%. I would have gone with poly mounts had I known these wouldn't be any better.Did you read anything from anybody that had used them? Because you can give up 95% of the comfort "without giving up 100% of the comfort". Just saying man, these are known to transmit the vibes, which is fine if you really want to counter wheel hop in your race-like car but aren't ideal for the comfort minded daily driver.
You already have the best mounts you can get for your car, why not try and replace just the rear main mount with an oem and see it how goes from there like Beerdrinkin suggested?I feel ya on the 95%. I would have gone with poly mounts had I known these wouldn't be any better.
I see a traction bar and factory mounts in my future. :bigok:
I read every thread I could find regarding the mounts. Too bad nobody mentioned they are no better than poly mounts in the vibes department.Riddle us this: Why will you not do your homework?
You just turned up the douche factor all the way to 11.shit costumer is what it sounds like. any upgraded rubber over oem is going to transfer vibrations. do what has been recommended twice, use an oem rubber mount in the back. actually trade them for solid billet and enjoy them.
FarmerD is a site titan and forgotten more about these things then you will likely ever know. Your attitude is like arrogance fucked a noob and you are the spawn, time to stop talking and start listening if you want to learn something. If you are not here to learn, leave.I didn't buy solid mounts, chief.