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Hi,

I want to order some parts from Goodmark.
Thank NIGHTSHADE for his help with ordering.

I got some questions.

4010-453-622 1975-79 Door Panel Mounting Clip (use as required)
All missing on my both doors, so I dont know how many I need. Does anyone know?


And also the body mounts. Which are the correct ones for my 77?
4013-990-751 1975-79 #1 Lower Bushing (use 2 per car) (at radiator support)
4013-990-752 1975-79 #2 Lower Bushing (use 2 per car)
4013-990-755 1975-79 #3 Upper Bushing (use 2 per car)
4013-990-753 1975-79 #3 Lower Bushing (use 2 per car)

Hope someone can help me.

Thank you!
 

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If you can wait till tonight, I can count the clips on my door panel.

As for the body mount bushings, are you replacing all the bushings?
If so, I think you need all of the ones you listed plus the upper for the #1 and #2 mounts. The core support bushing is mount #1. The subframe mount at the firewall is mount #2. And the mount at the very rear of the subframe is mount #3. You actually need 2 of everything to do both sides.

At least I think thats what you need. I got mine as a complete kit made by Energy Suspension.
 

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I just went and looked at the goodmark site.


4020-990-671 1975 #1 Upper Bushing (use 2 per car) (at radiator support) $ 4.95 ea

4013-990-76 1976 #1 Upper Bushing (use 2 per car) (at radiator support) $ 19.95 ea

4013-990-77 1977-79 #1 Upper Bushing (use 2 per car) (at radiator support) $ 19.95 ea

4013-990-751 1975-79 #1 Lower Bushing (use 2 per car) (at radiator support) $ 14.95 ea

4013-990-752 1975-79 #2 Lower Bushing (use 2 per car) $ 14.95 ea

4013-990-755 1975-79 #3 Upper Bushing (use 2 per car) $ 14.95 ea

4013-990-753 1975-79 #3 Lower Bushing (use 2 per car)$ 14.95 ea


Hmmm... That's odd. They don't list an upper bushing for the #2 mount. :confused:
Anyway, you would need 2 of each of the BOLD items above plus the upper for #2.
 

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Hi,

yes I want to replace all body mounts.
ok, so i gotta order all bushings listed for my year. Thanks for making this clear. I wasnt really sure what to order.

Would be really cool if you could tell me a rough number on the clips. Its not a drama if I order some more then needed. But as usual I dont have any idea at all. So i couldnt tell if I need 10 or 30... :eek:


By the way this is how my bucket looks like at the moment:
 

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If you want me to take a guess, I'll say about 15 clips per door panel. I'll give you an exact number in about 2 hours.:)

Your project looks like it is about as far along as mine. The pic is about a year old, but it doesn't look much different today.

 

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OK, I counted the clips on my door panel. I was a little off the mark at my guess of 15. :eek: It turns out that there are only 6 clips per panel. I was thinking there were clips along the bottom, but they used screws there. :rolleyes:
 

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Hey,

thanks a million for your help :)

I am still a bit away from using thouse clips, but this way NIGHTSHADE can order the stuff for me.

This forum (and its users) are really helpful and great. Im glad I found this place.
 

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Hey Canter,

You looking for original rubber mounts, or poly be OK?

Summit has full poly bushing set with hardware for under $170 which you may already be aware of. I installed a set on my 76, and I love the difference it made. It would have cost me more to buy each individual bushing which is pretty much how you're going to find them anywhere else that offers them.

4th Gen Complete Poly Bushing Kit
...or, Solid Aluminum Body Mounts for under $50
 

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Yeah.

Whether you want to go rubber or poly will depend on how original you want it and performance. The poly bushings will tighten up the suspension a little for performance without making it unstreetable. If you're just gonna drive it daily, the rubber is fine. If you want tear up the streets or track now and then with that high perf motor, the poly bushings would be the way to go. They just help reduce body twist under torque, since they are harder and give less than rubber.
 

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What is the difference between 75 and 77 radiator supports? I noticed that the upper bushings are different part numbers and way different in price. I will be installing a 77 support into my 75 and will need to know which upper bushing to use. Thanks.
 
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