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    Default Motor mount Lift

    what do you guys suggest for a MML, the spacer that goes beneath, or a whole replacement motor mount that is bigger? Ijust ordered my body lift, now im lookin for a mml. thanks
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    Mountain off road equipment. I Put there body lift and MML on my 02 TJ. I loved how simple it was to do. I have wheeled in moab with them before use to be really nice people too. They were wheeling a chevy blazer with all there stuff on it on flat iron mesa trail.

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    Without a dought in the world do full replacement motor mounts. I have done both and saving the $25-$30 is not worth the PAIN of install involved
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    Brown dog industries.
    You can do a 1-2" lift with your choice of poly or rubber bushings. You can also get their hardened engine mount brackets.
    If you switch from your stock rubber to a poly mount, I would also suggest changing out your rubber transmission mount to a poly one as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffb_79 View Post
    Brown dog industries.
    You can do a 1-2" lift with your choice of poly or rubber bushings. You can also get their hardened engine mount brackets.
    If you switch from your stock rubber to a poly mount, I would also suggest changing out your rubber transmission mount to a poly one as well.
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    We put Brown Dog on Georgia's YJ as well. Nice and Stout stuff.
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    Be the best $110 + dollars you will every spend..
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    Another for Brown Dog, wish I did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by friskeljr View Post

    Good choice... I would definitely go for the rubber on a daily driver. I noticed a bit more engine vibes with their poly mount. Not enough to drive you crazy, but enough to know it's there.

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