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KC Mounting question....

OK so sincem y truck aint here, i took the waag bar off and took my KC's off, so I could work on some of the rust on the waag bar. However, getting the one KC off turned into a real btch. Anyways, the bolt now turns.... where as its not supposed too... anyways, the two washers, with the rubber on the inside, those go together and above what there mounted on, and then the bolt goes thru the hole and then u have a regular washer and the lock nut right?!

Dad suggested that the special washers with the rubber inserts sandwich whatever thier mounted too.... but now i dunno... what you think?
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wheres rednecktone when you need him??
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Bring it over.
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not really sure what your asking but it goes from bottom up:
nut,lock washer, kc washer with rubber, light tab, kc washer with rubber, kc light
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^^ what he said.
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Noah has it right... i see SO MANY people mounting them wrong. putting the 2 rubber washers together in the same side....
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wheres rednecktone when you need him??
at a wedding drinking free booz that was fun lol... now the sober up and go to bed lol...
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Noah has it right... i see SO MANY people mounting them wrong. putting the 2 rubber washers together in the same side....
lol thats got to be the funniest thing i ve heard tonight.
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thats how I had them mounted, the two rubber washers together. ;/
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that would be wrong... not on my front bar i only have on washer on one side.. the way my bar is made i cant fit the lower one... oh well...
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I mean it seamed kinda obvious that you put the rubber things on both sides of the mount so it can absorb more of the shock and you dont have any metal to metal contact.
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that would be the point but alot of people mess that up...
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