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Unread 10-05-2009, 07:50 AM   #181
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It usually weakens and no longer applies the "squeezing" pressure on the frame, allowing it to spin. The tack weld should hopefully help against the spinning.
That's why I tack welded mine as well. But my original 10 y/o nutserts broke at the crush point. That's why I needed to replace them.

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Unread 10-05-2009, 08:22 AM   #182
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Unread 10-05-2009, 08:36 AM   #183
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Found the Rivet Nuts at Mopar Online Parts - Mopar Car Parts, Truck accessories, Auto Performance Products search part # 6506644AA $3.19 ea, Nut only.
Are you sure that is the correct part?

6035739 is the part # for 97-02 1/2 Standard version
6506629AA is for 03-06 M12 metric version.
The website has both of those listed as well. I don't see a picture for the part # you have listed.

http://moparonlineparts.com/search.htm
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Unread 10-05-2009, 10:20 AM   #184
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Unread 10-06-2009, 04:49 AM   #186
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Nutserts for a optional Liberty skid plate have nothing to do with this thread.
Your right, my bad, I was searching for skid nuts and came across this thread. I should not have posted in the TJ section. I will delete my posts to save the confusion.
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Unread 10-11-2009, 09:32 AM   #187
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Is the '97-'02 nutsert #6035739 the same as the one for '87-'93 YJ's?
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It couldn't hurt to try one!
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Unread 10-14-2009, 05:33 PM   #189
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The price has gone up @ the dealerships. My girlfriend just had to order 6 for her jeep and they were $9.20ea.

EVERY dealer quoted that price....


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Unread 10-14-2009, 07:29 PM   #190
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Yup, that is about what I paid from the dealer as well.
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Unread 10-15-2009, 10:08 AM   #191
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Just wanted to say thanks to the OP and mrblaine for the nutsert tool idea. I made one for metric nutserts as follows:

1x M12x55mm bolt
1x 5/8 star washer
1x 14mm hex nut (no drilling required)
2x M12 flat washers

I used it to replace three nutserts and had zero problems. Thanks again.
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Unread 10-25-2009, 08:39 PM   #192
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i called the jeep dealer service dept to get the correct sizing of bolt for the t case skid yesterday so i could do my transfer case drop..the guy gives me the size. I buy them and install them. I called him back and said that something was up and that they went in hard..he says "oh i gave you the standard size for the 97-02 not the metric for the 03-06 wranglers)

so pretty much i cross threaded all my nutserts in my frame because of someones screw up

now i have to get all of em replaced

Idk what to do. How expensive is replacing these or having the non spinning ones replaced at shop rates? I can't do it myself.
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i called the jeep dealer service dept to get the correct sizing of bolt for the t case skid yesterday so i could do my transfer case drop..the guy gives me the size. I buy them and install them. I called him back and said that something was up and that they went in hard..he says "oh i gave you the standard size for the 97-02 not the metric for the 03-06 wranglers)

so pretty much i cross threaded all my nutserts in my frame because of someones screw up

now i have to get all of em replaced

Idk what to do. How expensive is replacing these or having the non spinning ones replaced at shop rates? I can't do it myself.
If you bought them from the dealer, I'd call the Service Department Manager at the dealership and start raising a stink. Even if you didn't buy them there it might still be worth a try. If that doesn't work, Chrysler has a national customer service line that you can call. I had a dealer sell me an incorrect part a few years ago and refused to refund me for it and after a healthy amount of complaining, the dealer ate the cost of the replacement part and the install. Not easy or fun, but possible. However, you might be able to do this yourself. If you can think of anyone you know with some pneumatic tools, you can do this:

First thing I'd do is get new nutserts of the correct type. Then buy new bolts and test every bolt and nutsert and make sure they thread easily. The bolts only thread in a little bit, but you can tell very quickly if they're the right size or not. Then I'd try seeing which bolts can be unscrewed. If you can get a few out, you might get enough play in the skid to get a prybar between it and the frame rail which will allow you to pry downpressure on the skid against the stuck bolt heads. This can possibly get enough purchase on the spinning ones for you to unscrew them. I got two of three out this way. The last one was stubborn and I had to borrow an air chisel to cut the bolt head off so I could drill it out. I bought a pack of new chisels for the guy in exchange for the loan. Don't give up, you may be able to save yourself a few bucks.
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Unread 11-25-2009, 10:40 AM   #194
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Raising this from the dead ... I called the service department to get the nutserts and they told me the nutserts were $10 a piece and there wasn't a part number, he said they were just called transfer case frame nuts.. fair enough. But I also went to mopar online parts and put in the part # 6035739 and it comes up with this


6035739 $9.10 $0.00 $6.00
NUT NONE

That make sense to anyone ? they dont offer a picture or anything so I can't be sure if I'm ordering the right parts..

Can anyone shed some light for me, or even if anyone has an extra set of 6 1/2" standard inserts, I'll just buy them from you knowing they're the correct ones. Thanks guys
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That is the correct part #. It all depends on where you go. Some guys get it some don't. If you need them I would order them from that site.
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