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Old 12-22-2012, 09:15 AM   #1
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Steeda upper right mount

Does anyone have or had a steeda mount for the upper right? I know they say it will vibrate and i have a poly lower mount now so how bad will it vibrate this is my dd and i really dont mind vibration as long as i dont have to keep changing it cause ive gone through three ford mounts in the last few months.Any input on those tom??


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Old 12-22-2012, 10:32 PM   #2
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Does anyone have or had a steeda mount for the upper right? I know they say it will vibrate and i have a poly lower mount now so how bad will it vibrate this is my dd and i really dont mind vibration as long as i dont have to keep changing it cause ive gone through three ford mounts in the last few months.Any input on those tom??
As far as the vf engineering mounts, they have to be better then the ford ones. I'd also recommend replacing the trans mount at the same time.
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steer clear of the steeda ones. italo destroyed his real fast. not worth the money
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Old 12-24-2012, 06:25 AM   #4
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I have the VF.....and the V stands for "Vibrate!!" LOL and alot of rattles i never had before....
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Get them and enjoy.
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wich ones the vf engineering?? Dude this thing can vibrate my teeth out for all i care i just am soooooo sick of swappin out these mounts i just wanna bang gears and not break mounts
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Yes, vf engineering, and the vibrations are not that bad. Between the larger exhaust and lwfw my cars rattles and vibrates any ways.
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ya if it stays runnin good for more than a min you can actually get to drive it and it always has rattles and vibrations lol now theres a noise in the drivers side tire that rattles but not today in the rain ..i just did clutch timing belt cv joint blah blah blah they looked at it and said it was fine wth
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