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    Question Universal Body mount adaptor washers specs?

    I got two boxes that need new body mounts and I was thinking of trying to make the washers myself to save a few bucks I need the specs for those neato washers that make everything possible...or perhaps buying a couple washers or something?

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    don't have the numbers, but I can tell you how to get them. Measure the step on the ES bushing where it would go through the hole. Measure the actual hole. Thats your ID and OD of the washer, with a few thou allowed for fitment. These would be vastly easier to make with a lathe, but i guess you could do it by hand with a die grinder for the inside, and a bench grinder or whatever for the outside rough diameters, then file fit to make it exact. Scott had some made by a machine shop, dont know if he's got more or not.

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    Gadget- i just wanted to confirm. is the piece you're measuring the one i have in my hand in this picture? As there is an inner sleeve the bolt sits in as well.Click image for larger version. 

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    There's a guy on another forum that used this place for washers:

    http://www.phoenixspecialty.com/products/washers

    Here's link to the original thread:

    https://www.crownvic.net/ubbthreads/...Number=3611954


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    Didn't JeffBoudah offer these for sale recently?

    http://www.grandmarq.net/vb/showthre...ushing-spacers

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    OO thanks guys. bgreywolf- I'm glad you posted that! I sent him a message, hopefully he still has a set to sell.
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    ID number is the size of that step on the poly piece

    OD number is the size of the hole in the frame

    or you ask Jeff to make you some since he's made some for hisself and probably knows those numbers already.

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