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So I drooped the skid plate and cross member on my Jeep to do some preventative rust maintenance . After putting the skid and crossmember on I went to torque the bolts to spec and I have one cross member bolt tight but won’t torque to spec and keeps turning. My question is it possible the nut in the frame came loose and if so is there a way to fix it? If not a way to fix it easily any suggestions if I have to remove the cross member at a later date?


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So I drooped the skid plate and cross member on my Jeep to do some preventative rust maintenance . After putting the skid and crossmember on I went to torque the bolts to spec and I have one cross member bolt tight but won’t torque to spec and keeps turning. My question is it possible the nut in the frame came loose and if so is there a way to fix it? If not a way to fix it easily any suggestions if I have to remove the cross member at a later date?


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https://www.shop.blackmagicbrakes.com/Nutsert-Kits-03-06-Jeep-TJ_c108.htm

They also have different ones for YJ and 97-2002 TJ


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