I've played with the PSC a bit more since my last post about their design flaws and have since discovered that my original theories are now bearing fruit.
Someone at PSC needs to learn a few things about rockers.
This whole sandwiching between the body mount and tub is a crap design. Those three mounts under the doors sit in dimples on the underside of the tub. Those three mounts are designed to be compressed a specific amount to carry the weight of the tub. How do you expect that to happen if you compress 2 of them a half inch more than the one in the front because you span over the dimple instead of up into it?
Would anyone here in their right mind shave a half inch off of two body lift pucks on each side under the doors and call that correct?
How about if I send the guys with no body lift 4 half inch thick pucks and have them install them under the doors on the last 2 mounts on each side? Would that be okay?
Further, look at the rear slot on the rail. See that little finger of metal pointing to the inside? Guess what happens to it when the over compression of that body mount gets done with it?
There is ample room to make that finger another inch wider so that it won't distort up into the dimple in the body.
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