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  • #16
    Originally posted by Def View Post
    The rubber part is a readily available/cheap replacement. I forget what the application is for, but you can buy them at NAPA.

    I bought them after I learned that, as that's the type of mount I'd make if I were going to make them.
    Did not know that!


    Install was honestly super easy. I was actually pissed off at how solid the nismo mounts were
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    • #17
      Right on glad to hear it.

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      • #18
        Don't worry my ****ty pics. Poor lighting (didn't turn them all on) and I cranked ISO to compensate.

        Nismo Mounts:



        JGS Mounts:
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        • #19
          Originally posted by CodyAce View Post
          I was actually pissed off at how solid the nismo mounts were
          Wait, you said the Nismo's are solid?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by hai1206vn View Post
            Wait, you said the Nismo's are solid?
            Solid in the sense that they were still pretty durable/tough to fight out of there.
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