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12-03-2008 04:45 PM
Jerry Bransford When one of my Currie polyurethane MML's broke at a weld, I removed them and went with MORE's rubber torsion "Bombproof" MMLs. To me, I'd rather have a MORE rubber MML than a spacer under the OE mounts. The MORE MMLs are certainly more expensive but having seen the OE, Currie, and MORE mounts, the MORE mounts make the others look downright flimsy.

Stick with rubber whatever you do, rubber mounts don't transmit vibration like polyurethane mounts do.
12-03-2008 04:39 PM
MR.CLIFFORD I think the difference comes down to cost. The more bombproof mounts are expensive and I've never known anything to be wrong with the JKS MML. I've been running one in my red jeep for 30k+ miles. I can't get to the MORE website.
12-03-2008 03:48 PM
MML M.O.R.E. or JKS and why?

Which MML did you use and why? I noticed the M.O.R.E. is a complete engine mount designed to be 1" taller than the factory mount while the JKS is a 1" tall spacer that fits below the factory mount.

Is one easier than the other to install? Is one better?

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