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post #1 of 7 Old 09-20-2017, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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Jeep YJ Body Mount Panels

Looking for a source for the sheet metal patch panels under my Jeep (the sections that the rubber body mounts go into and hold). Does anyone make them or do they come built in with new floor pans?
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post #2 of 7 Old 09-21-2017, 09:38 AM
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The rubber mounts don't go 'into' any part of the body... They sandwich the frame side then butt up against the body. Which part are you talking about?

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This outfit has them http://www.classicent.com/jeep/87-95-wrangler-yj these are not cheap chinese tin can crap, got mine yesterday heavy gage made in USA steel stampings with captive nut plates welded in. These are the real deal excellent quality!
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This outfit has them
Those look pretty nice. Probably coulda done that on mine.

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The rubber mounts don't go 'into' any part of the body... They sandwich the frame side then butt up against the body. Which part are you talking about?
Right now, the body will lift off the frame. The mounts are still connected to the frame but whatever was built down from the tub to the mounts is gone. I assumed that the tub had a section made into it that dropped down and had a fixed nut in it that the mount would screw to??
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Right now, the body will lift off the frame. The mounts are still connected to the frame but whatever was built down from the tub to the mounts is gone. I assumed that the tub had a section made into it that dropped down and had a fixed nut in it that the mount would screw to??
Your body mounts should be arranged like this, minus the jks puck it shows at the top. The upper part of the body mount will but up against the panel that was linked to above with the bolt attached to the captive nut inside.

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post #7 of 7 Old 09-22-2017, 11:06 AM
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The tub has trapped nut-inserts witch are made about 1/4" plate steal. Their are 11 of them and 1 behind the first cross member on the frame . 2 in front of the doors. 6 inside of the tub. 2 in the back by the bumper in the wheel wells. ps if you want to remove the tub first spray with penetrating oil every day for a least a week.

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