Dorman body mounts dont fit...

Dozerboy

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Anyone use these? Am I missing something? The height probably isn't an issue, but the nub that sticks down in the frame is 1/4" to big. And it's metal so it's not like there is any give like the factory.
Part numbers 924-135 and 924-134

I even looked at another set from another part store just to make sure I didn't get a bad batch.
 

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1TRIKHD

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Anyone use these? Am I missing something? The height probably isn't an issue, but the nub that sticks down in the frame is 1/4" to big. And it's metal so it's not like there is any give like the factory.
Part numbers 924-135 and 924-134

I even looked at another set from another part store just to make sure I didn't get a bad batch.

I havent used them but I was going to order some for my truck. same part numbers i was going to order as well. 924-135 is the front mount part number and the other is the middle mount. kind of odd they would be a 1/4" off.

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Dozerboy

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I havent used them but I was going to order some for my truck. same part numbers i was going to order as well. 924-135 is the front mount part number and the other is the middle mount. kind of odd they would be a 1/4" off.

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Ya I searched online and there was no other comments I could find about them not fitting. Surely there are thousands of these out there in use...
 

clrussell

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Good to know. I’m about to do some rear mounts on mine as well.. guess I’ll order Gm
 

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are they all that way? i put dorman mounts in my 02 and they dropped right in. I couldnt get the poly mounts out fast enough lol
 

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are they all that way? i put dorman mounts in my 02 and they dropped right in. I couldnt get the poly mounts out fast enough lol

Yes they are. By looks all the mounts "look" the same. I'm seeing what Dorman has to say. I have the updated GM for the rear and they look fine.
 

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I figured silicone and Polly would be about the same ride? Ballpark price?
If it's for the CCSB in your signature it's $699 for EC/CC. RC is $524.

Oldest set I have experience with is around 2 years or so when they first came out, customer wanted a set in his 6.4L ford. Daily driven in the summer/winters up here haven't changed em one bit.
 
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Dozerboy

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If it's for the CCSB in your signature it's $699 for EC/CC. RC is $524.

Oldest set I have experience with is around 2 years or so when they first came out, customer wanted a set in his 6.4L ford. Daily driven in the summer/winters up here haven't changed em one bit.

That's not horrible when I probably have $450-$500 into what I have now. When recently I wanted to compare another set from a different auto parts store. I think they were gonna charge me a $135 each. I'm not sure if that's a mistake and was for a pair or not but that's double what I paid for them 6 months ago.

I wonder if I can use the front and mid position S&B and the updated GM ones in the rear.

Dorman is still looking into my problem.
 

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The cab mount height should be the same as stock or the body lines won't line up from the cab to the bed. You could buy a regular cab S&B kit if you want to use the updated hydraulic mounts on the rear of a crew cab or extended cab.
 
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1TRIKHD

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That's not horrible when I probably have $450-$500 into what I have now. When recently I wanted to compare another set from a different auto parts store. I think they were gonna charge me a $135 each. I'm not sure if that's a mistake and was for a pair or not but that's double what I paid for them 6 months ago.

I wonder if I can use the front and mid position S&B and the updated GM ones in the rear.

Dorman is still looking into my problem.

Would S&B only sell those two mounts by them selves? Or would they make you buy the whole kit is the question I have.

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1TRIKHD

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The cab mount height should be the same as stock or the body lines won't line up from the cab to the bed. You could buy a regular cab S&B kit if you want to use the updated hydraulic mounts on the rear of a crew cab or extended cab.
Customer support said they are the same height as OEM mounts. So you should be able to do the S&B with the hydraulic mounts in the rear.

Didnt even think about doing the reg cab mount kit w/ the hydraulic.

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