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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-14-2008, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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frame threads???????????

anybody got any good advice for repairing the pop nuts in the frame? all of mine underneath are either spinning in the frame or the threads are all gone.
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Mine too, the only thing I can think of if you get the nutzert tool with the metric thread and tighten them back up (re-crimp).
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I must be a fool, however, I do not know what you are referring to?




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The bolts that hold the skid pan plates on, mine was missing one straight from the factory!
I have lost two more just by removing and putting back on, well not lost them but they strip out so damn easy, I HATE THESE CHEAP ASS BOLTS AND I HATE THE CHEAP ASS PUSH PIN BOLTS!!! Thanks....I feel better now!
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4 stripped ones on mine now.
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ive replaced a bunch of them now myself with just a longer bolt and nut to crush them in the frame, but everytime i pull a few bolts out im having to put new inserts in, just hoping someone has a long term fix for this problem
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Yes those things SUCK!!

Is it hard to remove the old and put in new? I only have a couple left that are easy to get out, the rest make me want to take to to the dealer for Diff service and oil change... oh my.

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Just wanted to thank you for bringing this up...I was having no problems then today when to install my new skids and BAM! I have a couple that I cannot get out!! The impact seem to help a little, but I still have two I cannot get out.

So now, what did you all do to remove those?




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Cold chiseled the heads off, I have not replaced the 3 I am missing...thankfully they are far enough apart that there is still no slack in the pan...no droopage yet. When I get a new pan I am going to replace all the bolts...somehow?
Where can I buy new push pin bolts ( the plastic ones) does AUTOZONE carry them?
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Cold chiseled?

As far as those pins I am not sure, but need to get some.




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