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Old 04-23-2013, 07:03 AM   #1
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I have a 1991 wrangler YJ, I'm pulling the tub off the frame to clean it up some. (living in Vermont takes it's toll) I was wondering ,do I have to pull the radiator to pull the tub off? I know there is a body mount under it but I can't see how it would be attached. Sorry if this is a stupid question but just trying to learn. Thanks for your help.

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You will not need to pull the radiator to pull the tub. However, I would just to keep it from possible banging into something and damaging it.
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