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Old 07-11-2020, 11:53 AM #1
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2 different types of BMCs?

I've noticed there seems to be two different types of body mount chops. One that seems to trim the front or leading edge of the body mount vs cutting off everything outside the mount itself. I'm just wondering if there are any advantages/disadvantages in one type vs the other. I already have the metal tech plates, but now I'm curious if there is a different or better options.

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The 4Runner does not do well with the tire intrusion into the cab at certain crash angles. The body mount, which is high strength steel, is in-between the tire and the cab.

So I just had the front trimmed, leaving as much as possible. Plenty of room for my 285's.
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No difference, all they do is add tire clearance. Choose whichever one you like, can afford, and does the job.
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first image is the 4runner bmc and the second image is the tacoma bmc
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