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post #1 of 13 Old 10-19-2017, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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Body Mount Bolts

I have good body mount rubbers/bushings etc, just need the set of bolts. Where does everyone get them and how many ea of what sizes?
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i use http://www.boltdepot.com good prices and good selection

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I bought grade 5 from the bulk bins at Tractor Supply. Could have gone grade 8 for a few dollars more but figured 5 was as strong as the frame they are going in. Less than $10 for all including washers. Sorry I didn't write down the measurements. Can you pull out the ones you have? I just pulled mine out from one side and under the radiator and took them with me.
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what he said ^ they are just 1/2 x13 bolts, nothing special. they are screwed into stamped nuts that are little more than sheet metal so grade 5 is plenty.

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i use http://www.boltdepot.com good prices and good selection
Do you buy the assortments or just what you need, when you need? I'm so tired of running out to the hardware store just for a few nuts, bolts and washers.

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Do you buy the assortments or just what you need, when you need? I'm so tired of running out to the hardware store just for a few nuts, bolts and washers.

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If you got another way to the store, take all the bolts out of one side of jeep ONE SIDE and compare and bring what you need to get the new bolts. Think there is a couple different sizes, specially the ones up under the jeep near the front of fuel tank and behind it.

I also use anti seize on them.. as mentioned above they screw into a flat chunk of metal with threads cut into it.


Below is a supply list for a 1 inch body lift.. subtract 1" and those are the ones you need
6 Bolt 1/2-13X4.5Hex
5 Bolt 7/16-14X3.5Hex

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They are the same for our YJs
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If you got another way to the store, take all the bolts out of one side of jeep ONE SIDE and compare and bring what you need to get the new bolts. Think there is a couple different sizes, specially the ones up under the jeep near the front of fuel tank and behind it.

I also use anti seize on them.. as mentioned above they screw into a flat chunk of metal with threads cut into it.


Below is a supply list for a 1 inch body lift.. subtract 1" and those are the ones you need
6 Bolt 1/2-13X4.5Hex
5 Bolt 7/16-14X3.5Hex
I was asking generally if the user who posted the link for the bolts buys them in bulk...not specifically for body bolts. Mine body mounts have been done for a while
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Thank you so much. The bolts at the hardware store don't have as much thread as these do. Do you use more than the hardware store threads?
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Did you need the extra thread that the factory style have or did the regular thread length work?
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Also, does anyone have a diagram or guidance on how the body mounts/washers/etc go together?
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The amount of available thread was plenty. Most of the bolt is shouldered where it runs through the bushings. I did 1/2" lift spacers so I got them 1/2" longer than the ones in the picture.


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