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Frame Tie in Nuts

Hello :Wavey:

So in searching for the perfect rear bumper/tire carrier for me I was recently thinking about what would happen if got stuck and needed a good yank to get out.

Seeing how most aftermarket rear bumpers utilize the frame tie in nuts welded inside the frame I decided to look at my own Jeep and these so called nuts...

And they're not there!!!!!

On the right side theres a bolt stuck through the frame thats sticking out the bottom and on the left side... Theres not even a hole in the frame!!

Is there a way to have some one remove the rear cross member and weld in the nuts then attach a new cross member? (since mines rusty around the holes)

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