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Old 01-24-2013, 12:05 AM   #10
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The ES mount has a lip on it to keep the mount from slipping out of the dog bone. I've also had a new Prothane mount split on me before which caused some damage to my car. Now I have a leaking PS rack and a bent exhaust. Though the exhaust was a tad too close to my PS rack to begin with but when the mount gave it whacked it good. I've had the ES mount last years before failing. Poly mounts do wear out they just take a lot longer to do it. Oh and the other Prothane mount I had is slipping out the mount. You can order the ES mount directly from ES for less than 25 bucks shipped. I have pics but can't post them due to my work internet.
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