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Old 02-24-2023, 12:40 AM #16
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Is this why youíve been spamming the 3rd gen section? So you can get enough posts to sell your 4Runner? I hope you get nothing but lowball offers, scammers, and flaky buyers that donít show up.
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Buy my '99 4wd Limited - it is a California/Texas car with Zero rust. Katzkin leather interior and heated seats!
Would you consider parting it out? I just want the title and door jamb sticker.
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Brillo_76, I know that you were asking another person but I just did this repair on my truck and I love the position of the shock mounts on the outside of the frame. It makes the truck very stable. This is also a much easier fix than replacing the actual shock mount.

Thatís been my plan when the time comes.

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If you're down for a road trip, I've got an absolutely spotless 2wd frame in Nashville, TN. $500 roller
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If you're down for a road trip, I've got an absolutely spotless 2wd frame in Nashville, TN. $500 roller
If it was 4wd frame I probably take you up on that one. ;) You know how I enjoy frame work...

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If it was 4wd frame I probably take you up on that one. ;) You know how I enjoy frame work...

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Just gotta move the trans crossmember ;)
I know just too hard to get it back here. Shipping is not reasonable at all at this time..

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Thatís been my plan when the time comes.

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Purchased from snowbound and I since I am running stock shocks, I re-drilled the hole (inwards) and cut off the excess.

The brackets that he makes are for the big rigs, big shocks and lots of space.
However I don't think that it would be that hard to make the brackets if you have some welding experience.

note, i was going to get someone to install them for me but for the prices I was being quoted, I bought a small welder and did it myself. Otherwise I might have custom made mine from the beginning.
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note, i was going to get someone to install them for me but for the prices I was being quoted, I bought a small welder and did it myself. Otherwise I might have custom made mine from the beginning.
What were you getting quoted? My DS mount is in the process of rusting out, despite the fact the the frame is in quite good shape. The Snowbound mounts seem like the best option, since I'm close to stock (Billy 5100s + OME 906).

I've been meaning to pick up welding, but this doesn't exactly seem like the place to start...
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What were you getting quoted? My DS mount is in the process of rusting out, despite the fact the the frame is in quite good shape. The Snowbound mounts seem like the best option, since I'm close to stock (Billy 5100s + OME 906).



I've been meaning to pick up welding, but this doesn't exactly seem like the place to start...
I just started one day. Just weld them on.. worst case, have someone that knows how you assist.

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What were you getting quoted? My DS mount is in the process of rusting out, despite the fact the the frame is in quite good shape. The Snowbound mounts seem like the best option, since I'm close to stock (Billy 5100s + OME 906).

I've been meaning to pick up welding, but this doesn't exactly seem like the place to start...
I actually started here with my welding, lol.

I was looking at $100/hr minimum 4 hours.

If you are stock, my advice is drill a new hole beside the exiting one (closer to frame), a little smaller diameter, then cut off the excess. The snow bounds are made for bigger trucks with larger shocks/wheels. I only had about a 1/8 - 1/4 inch clearance when flexed. Then I trimmed it and it gave me a lot more.
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Bought from Snow Bound though I don't think it would be that hard to make some.
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Bought from Snow Bound though I don't think it would be that hard to make some.

I went to their site and looked at them. Yea, I could make them. Though Iíd like a hotter mig to build them. I could take them to work to build though. The picture I posted looks like a fab also.


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