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Old 05-03-2010, 05:22 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can get nutserts for the tranfercase skid?

I called the steelership and they don't know much. He said he can order one for 9.58 to see if its the right thing then order the rest. Does anyone have a part number or a link for them? I would rather just buy them online.

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****Newer wranglers use 12mm bolts and nutserts****

6035739 is the part # for 97-02 1/2 Standard version
6506629AA is the part # for 03-06 M12 metric version

http://www.moparonlineparts.com/PART...&siteid=214954


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Nutsert for Transfer Case Removal and Install - JeepForum.com

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Old 05-03-2010, 10:07 PM   #4
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hey i don't know how handy you are with a welder, but I went to my local steel supplier had them cut me two pieces of 1/2'' thick steel 20 or 22 inches long and 2 inches thick. (got the pieces for $5 each.) I then cut out my bolts from my skid plate marked the holes in the steel drilled them and tapped them for a half inch thread size, put the pieces of steel up in place on the frame and welded them right to it. It's solid! The only thing is you lose that 1/2" of ground clearance but I'll never have to worry about nutserts again.
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