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06-21-2013 12:41 AM
The Big-A
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Originally Posted by XDR View Post
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/nu...nstall-390635/

Order the nutsert and new bolt from dealer, I went with online dealer as they were 1/2 cost of local. If you need the tool to install PM me and I can send you mine.
Ok sounds good, thanks for the informations
06-17-2013 06:08 AM
XDR http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/nu...nstall-390635/

Order the nutsert and new bolt from dealer, I went with online dealer as they were 1/2 cost of local. If you need the tool to install PM me and I can send you mine.
06-17-2013 05:20 AM
jasonduke5
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Originally Posted by The Big-A View Post

thanks for the idea, the "nutserts" seam like they would be a easier fix then replacing the frame right there, and mine is not rusted out the threads just stripped out.

thanks!
As long as it is rusted to bad nutserts will work great. But if the rust is bad enough when you go to weld them in the frame will just evaporate. But if the rust isn't bad they will weld right in no problem.
06-16-2013 11:07 PM
The Big-A
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Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
Do a search for "nutserts". There's a giant thread on how to replace them, where to get them, etc. You'll have to cut the old bolts off if they just spin. It's not really a hard repair.
If the frame is rusted through there, you have bigger problems.

where can i get the nutserts at? can i just google them or is it something i have to special order.
06-16-2013 11:00 PM
The Big-A
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Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
Do a search for "nutserts". There's a giant thread on how to replace them, where to get them, etc. You'll have to cut the old bolts off if they just spin. It's not really a hard repair.
If the frame is rusted through there, you have bigger problems.

thanks for the idea, the "nutserts" seam like they would be a easier fix then replacing the frame right there, and mine is not rusted out the threads just stripped out.

thanks!
06-16-2013 08:29 PM
jasonduke5 I would cut the bottom half the frame and replace the whole piece. You can get the piece to weld in here.

http://www.autorust.com/
06-16-2013 02:56 PM
XDR I just replaced all 6 of mine.. There are 2 sizes so make sure to order the ones for your year.
06-16-2013 02:35 PM
Shoe Do a search for "nutserts". There's a giant thread on how to replace them, where to get them, etc. You'll have to cut the old bolts off if they just spin. It's not really a hard repair.
If the frame is rusted through there, you have bigger problems.
06-16-2013 02:16 PM
The Big-A
Frame help!

I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport with a 4.0L AUTO. My tranny has gone out, so today I started to work on it and when i went to go pull off the skid plate, all the skid plate bolts destoryed all the threads in the frame and one is stuck in the frame. Im sure in not the only one out there that has had this happen to them, so im asking for anyones help on a way to fix this. I dont know if this matter or not but i do have a 4inche lift kit on my jeep.

thank you for you time, im open to any ideas!

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