You already have quick, cost-effective, functional repair and those mounts are notorious for seizing up. If you want, you can take a Dremel with the stylus flexi thing and a tiny cut-off wheel and knock the welds off that hold the factory nuts to the top of the cross-member and then scratch some paint off, tack-weld new nuts on, prime and paint, and then coat the new bolts in anti-seize and re-install your shocks but it won't ride any different.
"Betsy" 2005 Unlimited Rubicon Sahara Edition #603 of 1000
[QUOTE=Necromancer_tat;12078965]I like having my panties in a wad though, because when I get DW they rub me in just the right way! :D Wadded panties plus DW equals Jeepgasm! :D :kiss:[/QUOTE]