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Old 11-11-2022, 06:27 PM #16
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Old one. sorry it's rotated... turn your head to the left.
Yes that one is done.

I do you rear two you are going to have to loosen the others so you can lift enough to change them.. :-)
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Old one. sorry it's rotated... turn your head to the left.
I might be more worried about the mount and rust? that is kind of a lot of cancer? none of that stuff is coming off without fire and a lot of bacon.

you can still get a lot of the toyota body mounts

the big bolt 5221735030 BOLT, BODY MOUNTING
4 little bolts for the mount to frame 9164281025 BOLT, W/WASHER
5220935011 CUSHION SUB-ASSY, REAR END BODY MOUNTING, UPPER
9020110099 WASHER, PLATE
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5170935030 BRACKET SUB-ASSY, BODY REAR END MOUNTING
5170635030 BRACKET SUB-ASSY, CAB MOUNTING, NO.3 LH

I would bet with a little digging you can find the frame brackets, but that will be some welding on the frame.

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It's not a hard job, and yes you need to pull back the carpets to get to the bolts. And you need the spacer for the rag joint. I did new body mounts the same time I did a one inch body lift, you know, since you are already in there...



Same
In my opinion and experience, the one inch body lift helps not only with clearance issues, tires and suspension components, but keeps aftermarket bumpers at bay

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I'm using these... What needs greased? Couldn't find rubber bushings. :-(

9.4102G Universal Polyurethane Body Mounts Bushings Isolators, Include 4 Plated Metal Washers, 2 Plated Metal Sleeves, 4 Body Mount Bushings(Black) https://a.co/d/8fYL3hZ
Universal definitely is not the right choice here. You can get the rear body mount by itself in a direct-fit application... Or a full set of poly mounts.

Grease wherever metal touches poly or poly touches poly.

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