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the shock mounts do not vary between 350 and 250 trucks

shocks do not carry the load so the bolt size does not need to be beefed up for the larger capacity 350
That's what I figured. So why is my stud larger? Lol. 05 year vs 06 year?
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I hit up weathertech on social media about the crap fit ( the back is just a joke and the front si just a little better) in my 6.0 and they were like ohh no one ever has issues no one complains about the fit

and acted like mine was an anomaly and i could read right thru their BS
i think the dude doing the laser fitment was drunk
That's bs. Everyone I know with weathertechs in their 6.0 fit like crap.
Especially the rear like you say. It just rolls up into a $100 plastic taco

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i can't explain why the bolt is not the same the 05/06 take the same shock so the bolt should be the same diameter matter of fact the rear shock for the 350/250 from say BDS is the same part number from 05 up to 16

maybe someone modified yours ?


Taco LOL exactly what it did
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Well, some.other parts just fell into my lap for a 6.7 front end conversion so I guess I'm doing that too

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Well, since you are not fabricating sets for us, I did find a similar product from “GP Audio” SAE Machined 6 spot battery terminals Heavy Duty $50.00 a set.
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Sorry BTL. I've already been told that I cannot sell here unless I pay the couple to few grand a month to become a sponser.

Besides...it cost me about $250 for the ones I have. $196 just to have them water-jet cut and threaded. Then I had to buy hardware and drill and tap the clamp bolt.

I'd have to have alot of them made to get the cost down to a reasonable amount.

But I cant sell here, so doesn't matter. 😛
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Had to rescue my buddies duramax today. Since we were gone for a month. His batteries were gone by way of the buffalo.

So the 6.0 had to do CPR till it could breathe again

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Sorry BTL. I've already been told that I cannot sell here unless I pay the couple to few grand a month to become a sponser.

Besides...it cost me about $250 for the ones I have. $196 just to have them water-jet cut and threaded. Then I had to buy hardware and drill and tap the clamp bolt.

I'd have to have alot of them made to get the cost down to a reasonable amount.

But I cant sell here, so doesn't matter. 😛
Falcon. Don’t sweat it, I was just playfully razzing you a little out of jealous envy. How unbecoming of me. I am buying two sets of the units that I referred to and then I will drill and tap them for standoffs and plexiglass shields similar to what you made. Those sure are nice looking and functional units you made. Best of luck to you sir.
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Besides, we can just make arrangements via PM to make the sale when none of the forum adults (moderators) are looking ;-).

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So it appears the only husky liners for the 6.0 are the classic style, not the laser molded weatherbeater option they have that are like weathertech.
So by default, the only "weather tech" style liners for our trucks seem to unfortunately be the crappy weathertech

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These may be the ones you're talking about, but for $64 to try them in the front it may be worth a try since you know the WeatherTechs aren't what you want.
https://www.huskyliners.com/Heavy-Du...ty/body-style/

They definitely are not as nice looking as my X-Act Contour mats in the '17 though as far as coverage goes.
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Sorry BTL. I've already been told that I cannot sell here unless I pay the couple to few grand a month to become a sponser.

Besides...it cost me about $250 for the ones I have. $196 just to have them water-jet cut and threaded. Then I had to buy hardware and drill and tap the clamp bolt.

I'd have to have alot of them made to get the cost down to a reasonable amount.

But I cant sell here, so doesn't matter. 😛
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